This is reported by the partisan movement ATES.
“Our sources report that recently there have been regular disconnections of the Internet in Crimea. Most likely, the occupiers are consciously interrupting the connection in order to prevent the transmission of information about their movements. In this way, they are trying to prevent concerned citizens from correcting the strikes of the Defense Forces of Ukraine,” the message reads. .
Earlier, ATESH partisans found out that the Russians are creating new firing points near the temporarily occupied Yevpatoria.
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) reported that the Russian Federation is strengthening its control over the Internet and media space amid preparations for the presidential election.