Raid in Crimea and blackout in Kursk region: SSU and DIU conducted new operations behind the russians' lines
Ukrainian special forces have inflicted significant damage on the occupants as part of new operations. Read more about the results of the Ukrainian fighters' attacks and how badly the occupants were hit
Ukrainian special services continue to give the russian army nightmares in the deep rear, using drones and landing sabotage groups. We're going to tell you what new operations the Security Service and the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine have conducted.
The Ukrainian army continues to destroy the enemy not only on the contact line, but also in remote regions where russians are setting up bases and positions.
For example, on the night of October 4, drones of the Security Service of Ukraine destroyed a russian S-400 Triumph air defense system near Belgorod, russia. As you know, the price of one such system is $1.2 billion.
Local media, for their part, reported that after the attack, residents heard about 20 explosions, confirming the detonation of the air defense system.
The Defence Intelligence landing operation in Crimea
A new operation of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine special forces took place on the night of October 4. As Ukrainian intelligence representative Andriy Yusov told Ukrainian media, it was a sabotage and reconnaissance operation.
According to Yusov, during the special operation, members of the Stugna and Brotherhood units engaged in a fierce battle with the occupiers. The russians suffered significant losses.
However, according to the intelligence representative, there are also losses among Ukrainian special forces.
It is worth noting that this is not the first operation of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine in Crimea. Last month, Ukrainian soldiers also landed on the coast of the occupied peninsula. Read more about it here.
Blackout in the Kursk region
On the night of October 5, the russian region was once again attacked by unknown drones. The drones hit infrastructure facilities in several districts:
After the attack, the occupiers reported that there were power outages in the region, and emergency services were working at the sites of the explosions. Preliminary, 14 settlements were left without electricity.
Sources in the Security Service of Ukraine have already confirmed to Ukrayinska Pravda that the attack on the Kursk region was actually carried out by Ukrainian drones.
It is noted that the SSU left the enemy's military facilities without electricity, which were connected to a power substation in the settlements of Sudzha, Lyubymivka and Glushkovo in the Kursk region.
"This is not the first blackout in Kursk region by the SSU. The previous one was on September 29, and before that - on September 26. Back then, power substations that powered important russian military facilities were hit. In total, the Security Service has organized 7 similar attacks on enemy infrastructure," the source said.
We remind you! The Armed Forces of Ukraine have conducted new successful strikes in Crimea, where russian troops are based. Read more about the results of these attacks and what to expect next here.
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