Anti-war rail attacks lead to derailments in Russia and Crimea

Image: Telegram. Stop The Wagons

Russian anti-war rail guerrilla groups play a significant role in sabotaging railway infrastructure to try and slow down the Russian army, not only within the country’s borders. Last week, at least two attacks were carried out by resistance groups: one on Thursday 18 May, near Simferopol, in Crimea, and another near Krasnoyarsk, north of the Mongolian border.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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