New FSB groups arrive in occupied south of Ukraine to search for partisans
New groups of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) have arrived in the temporarily occupied south of Ukraine to uncover the Ukrainian partisan movement.
Source: National Resistance Center
Details: New FSB groups will be assigned the tasks of carrying out signals and electronic intelligence, including intercepting calls, monitoring Internet traffic, and jamming signals during the movement of Russian military equipment.
The National Resistance Center recalls that the Russian secret services have started hunting down partisans. The so-called temporary operative groups (TOG) were created in the temporarily occupied territories to search for partisans. These groups consist of employees of the counterintelligence department of the FSB and representatives of various services.
Quote: "The National Resistance Center calls on local residents to remain vigilant and not expose themselves to danger. Remember that only people with proper military training are involved in resisting the occupation. Meanwhile, the most valuable asset of people in temporarily occupied territories is their life."
Background: On 24 November, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that Russian occupation forces ramped up counter-sabotage and policing measures on the temporarily occupied territory of the Skadovsk district of Kherson Oblast.
On 27 November, Ivan Fedorov, Mayor of Melitopol, reported that the Russians were looking for partisans in occupied Melitopol and announced a reward of 500,000 roubles for information.
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