The invaders are installing radars on the southern coast of the Crimea, the so-called Border Service of Crimea reported.
Collaborators assure that the equipment is completely safe
Within the framework of creating a unified system for covering the surface situation of the Rubezh-Krym, occupiers intend to install about ten automated technical observation posts in the Leninsky district only, including in the village of Zolotoe in the Belinsky rural settlement.
At the same time, the frontier service states that "similar equipment has already been installed and operated in such settlements as Livadia, Yalta, Gurzuf, and Sevastopol."
Earlier QHA reported that on December 22, near the city of Kerch in the occupied Crimea residents of the village of Zolotoe began to throw themselves under military equipment to prevent the security forces from installing a radar station. During the confrontations with the security forces, one villager became ill and an ambulance was called.
According to preliminary information, the village council administration tried to give explanations to the villagers about the installing of the radar station. However, residents of Zolote claim that they were not shown any documentation for the construction, but the concrete mixers have already arrived.