In the temporarily occupied territory, members of the resistance group seized the Russian radio jamming station "Mercury-BM."
"This station is used to interfere with the operation of artillery shell remote detonators. It is used to cover crossings, agglomeration of troops, and at the headquarters location," said in a statement. Members of the resistance group reported in the video that after a minor firefight, the Russian military fled and left a working station at the battle scene."
The General Staff said the vehicle will be used against the Russian occupiers.
The "Mercury-BM" station is designed to suppress the operation of remote detonators and can also interfere with the ultra-short radio waves.
According to the Defense Express news agency, Russia received the first test batch of 10 these stations in 2014. After that, there was an order for 20 more units. Thus, the Russian army's total number of Mercury-BM stations is likely to be only a few dozen.