Guerrillas blow up a transformer substation in Russian-occupied Berdyansk
Berdyansk (Photo:Vadim Hmakov/youtube)
Guerrillas blew up a transformer substation in the Russian-occupied city of Berdyansk on the Sea of Azov, cutting power to the Berdyanska Spit area, where an enemy unit trains newly mobilized soldiers, the National Resistance Center reported on Dec. 14.
The explosion was carried out with TNT blocks. It happened at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 13, the message reads.
"Unidentified persons blew up a transformer substation and a power line pole with TNT blocks, leaving the occupiers' barracks without power," the National Resistance Center wrote.
Next day the Russian occupying forces increased the number of inspections, but did not succeed in apprehending any of the guerrillas.
The National Resistance Center added that such acts of sabotage are being conducted by people with military.
"At the same time, we called on untrained people not to expose themselves to danger and to flee from the occupied areas if possible," the center said.
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