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Russians in occupied Crimea are preparing to prevent landing of Ukrainian troops – Defense Intelligence

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Rows of concrete pyramids dubbed “dragon’s teeth” are being erected to halt the advance of heavy machinery/ Source: The Odessa Journal

The Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine (HUR) reports that Russians in occupied Crimea are mining the coastline to prevent the landing of Ukrainian troops.

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A network of tranches in occupied Crimea/ Source: The Odesa Journal

According to the press service of the HUR, Russians in occupied Crimea are attempting to fortify the coastline in anticipation of the landing of Ukrainian troops. Russians are installing a network of mine barriers and trenches along the coast. It is specifically near the village of Molochne (Saky district). In addition, rows of concrete pyramids dubbed “dragon’s teeth” are erected to halt heavy machinery’s advance.

“Russians in occupied Crimea are attempting to fortify the coastline out of fear that Ukrainian troops will land there. Specifically, they are constructing a network of minefields, and trenches along the coast near the village of Molochne (Saky district), ” states HUR.

Additionally, the Russians continue to install anti-tank obstacles to halt the advance of heavy machinery.

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