Armed Forces of Ukraine will continue the “season of bavovny” in the occupied Crimea – Gumenyuk

Ukraine is very serious about the return of its territories.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine will not allow the fleeing occupation authorities to return to the peninsula / photo of the social network

The Ukrainian Defense Forces will continue to strike at Russian military facilities in the temporarily occupied Crimea.

The head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Southern Defense Forces, Natalya Gumenyuk, said this on the air of an information telethon, commenting on the information that representatives of the occupation authorities of Russia began evacuating the temporarily occupied peninsula.

“We will not allow them to return, because the season has already begun and we will not shake them up either. They will not have peace in any point of the temporarily occupied Crimea, because we are very serious about returning our territories and returning to the 1991 borders. they will really feel the “bavovny season” in some places and points, this is unequivocal, because they have a lot of branches on the Crimean peninsula,” Gumenyuk noted.

She also added that the Russian military on the peninsula is trying not to accumulate in large groups.

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On March 1, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine informed that the evacuation of certain categories of citizens from the temporarily occupied Crimea was recorded, and recently the military personnel of the Russian occupation forces stationed in Perevalnoye have been sending their families to Russia.

According to Ukrainian intelligence, the occupying authorities of Crimea began to evacuate from the peninsula. They sell real estate and transport families to Russia.

Panic intensified after the explosions in Dzhankoy.

On March 22, the “authorities” of the occupied Crimea announced that surface drones attacked their fleet early in the morning.

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