Russia continues to concentrate its troops at Crimea’s northern border, Dmitry Tymchuk, Coordinator of Information Resistance group wrote in Facebook.
According to him, helicopters are transferred to Dzhankoy aerodrome (north Crimea) with number of troops deployed to Rostov region of Russia.
Tymchuk also said that some troops are being deployed from Crimea to Russia.
“There are motorized-rifle and artillery troops being deployed from Crimea to Russia via Kerch ferry boat. According to preliminary data, the troops will be deployed to Russian-Ukrainian border in Rostov region.
It should be noted Ukraine to build military defenses around strategic objects and transport nodal points of Kherson’s region (south Ukraine) to prevent possible Russian attack, Krym.realii reports.
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