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Ukrainian resistance movement reports regular Russian reinforcement arrivals into occupied northern Crimea amid heavy losses at front

A new group of Russian soldiers arrival in the temporarily occupied northern Crimean town of Dzhankoy was reported by the Ukrainian resistance movement Atesh on Telegram on Jan. 28, along with photos of Russian KAMAZ and Ural trucks, and enemy military personnel at the local railway station.

This follows a pattern of regular Russian military reinforcements by train and trucks. The movement suggests that this constant influx “indicates a shortage of personnel amid losses at the front”.

Earlier, external reconnaissance of the Tactical Missile Arms Corporation, Russia’s largest defense enterprise near Moscow, was conducted by Atesh, according to its Jan. 25 Telegram report.

An agent affiliated with the movement reportedly visited the Russian military recruitment center in occupied Sevastopol multiple times in early January.

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