The partisan movement of Tatars and Ukrainians “Atesh”, which operates on the temporarily occupied peninsula of Crimea, eliminated two occupiers.
Employees of the “Rosgvardiya” planned to spend a nice evening and were traveling from Sevastopol to Simferopol, but their plans were destroyed by an explosion. The car was blown up using an improvised explosive device. Both occupants, who had officer ranks, died.
Currently, the Russian authorities are not commenting on the event in order not to destroy “stability” in the region. However, the partisan movement on the peninsula feels the moment of liberation and is growing larger to bring victory closer.