On the temporarily occupied peninsula of Crimea, the dissatisfaction of the population is growing due to the active mobilization campaign carried out by the representatives of the occupation administrations.
In particular, the number of people moving out to the territory of the Russian Federation by night and reserve trains has increased significantly. Real estate is also being actively sold on the peninsula and hotel reservations are being canceled for summer vacations.
In addition, there’s a growth trend of the number of peninsula population which expresses a skeptical attitude towards the course and results of the “special military operation”. As a result the occupiers intensified the “fight against extremism” in Crimea.
Earlier in Crimea the Russians installed additional surveillance cameras to identify partisans. This was a reaction to the successful actions of local partisans, in particular from the Atesh movement.