In Crimea, Russians build base with fortified perimeter - satellite imagery

In Crimea, Russians build base with fortified perimeter - satellite imagery

The Russian invasion forces have set up in the northern part of occupied Crimea a base with a fortified perimeter.

This was announced on Twitter by OSINT analyst Brady Africk, Ukrinform reports.

“Russian forces built a base in northern Crimea toward the end of 2022. Satellite imagery shows that it has a heliport and fortified perimeter,” the tweet reads, showing the images of what is said to be the Russian base in question.

Read also: Ukrainian troops crossing into Crimea not to trigger nuclear strike - Budanov

As reported, the occupiers began digging trenches and installing concrete barriers around the Belbek airfield outside the Black Sea fleet home base of Sevastopol in occupied Crimea.

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