According to the representative office of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, in Krasnoperekopsk the occupiers are looking for labor to dig trenches and are asked to “come with your own tools.”
To the north of the temporarily occupied Crimean peninsula, trucks with Russian Federation military personnel continue to arrive through Simferopol, mainly from the 126th Coast Guard Brigade of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation. This was reported in the representative office of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, citing the discovery of sources.
It is also noted that the Russian invaders are looking for labor to dig and equip trenches in the city of Krasnoperekopsk, in the north of Crimea. At the same time, potential workers are told to “come with your tool.”
The presidential office states that the militarization of the peninsula continues. Simferopol Airport has been closed for civil aviation since February 24, 2022.
In addition, the “head” of the occupied Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, decided to set up a new base on the peninsula for the fighters of the Wagner PMC. For this purpose, in one of the mountainous regions of Crimea, 500 hectares of land are supposedly to be allocated.
The publication also states that, as of March 6, at least 315 military personnel of the Russian Armed Forces were buried on the territory of the Crimean peninsula. It is assumed that 208 of them were citizens of Ukraine.
Recall that on March 2, the speaker of the Vostok Operational Command, Vladislav Nazarov, said that the Russian Armed Forces dug about 200 kilometers of trenches along the beaches in the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea.
In the morning summary of the General Staff for March 4, it was reported that the Russian invaders were creating “volunteer squads” because of fears of an intensification of the pro-Ukrainian movement on the peninsula and a shortage of law enforcement officers.
We also wrote that on March 3, Russian media reported on the funeral of a Wagner PMC fighter, previously sentenced to 22 years for burning a person, in Crimea. Former prisoner Roman Aleksantsev was buried with honors for the assault on Bakhmut.
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