Putin's forces 'scared' as Ukrainian saboteurs post leaflets warning of exact targets


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The leaflets have a graphic of an explosion on a totally black background, with the name of a potential next target for striking written above, including its coordinates.

leaflets seen in the streets declare the following targets: Heliport Dzhankoy, Airfield Guards, International airport Sevastopol (Belbek), HF to Sevastopol, Kacha Air Base, and the Airbase Oktyabrskoe.

Viktor Kovalenko, a Ukrainian journalist, reported about the leaflets on Twitter, saying: “After the strike on #Saki, the #Ukrainian partisans launched a PsyOp to scare occupiers in the #Crimea.

“They disseminate leaflets with exact coordinates of next targets.

“On this one, you see the coordinates of the Oktiabrske airfield (abandoned, but used again from Feb 2022).”

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