Volunteers are being trained in Crimea to perform tasks within the framework of a special military operation, the formation of new battalions continues. This was reported by the head of the administration, Sergey Aksionov, quoted by “Interfax”.
“The process is ongoing, we try to ensure that everyone leaves fully equipped“, Aksyonov wrote on his Telegram channel on Thursday. They are provided with full equipment, protection, communications and intelligence equipment.
He emphasized that fully supports Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s initiative to train volunteers in the regions.
Aksyonov is convinced that “every effort should be made to restore peace as quickly as possible”, adding that all the tasks of the special military operation will be completed. “And each of us in our place can contribute to our common cause,” the Crimean leader said.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed to restore Ukrainian rule over Russian-annexed Crimeaa move he believes will help the the restoration of “world order and law”.
The Ukrainian counteroffensive itself actually began demonstratively in attacks on Crimea – the first on August 9, when several fighter planes were destroyed at the military airport in Novofedorovka near Saki. On August 16, Russia reported on explosions in a military unit near the settlements Maiskoe and Dzhankoi.
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