ERR: Estonia complained about GPS blocking by the Russian military

The Estonian television and radio broadcasting portal ERR reported that Tallinn has recently drawn attention to cases of blocking of its GPS signals by Russian Armed Forces personnel who are trying to stop attacks by Ukrainian UAVs on their strategic targets.

“In recent weeks, Estonia and other countries – from Poland to Finland – have recorded serious glitches in the operation of the GPS navigation system. <…> The Russian side is jamming the navigation system in order to prevent attacks by Ukrainian drones on important strategic objects on its territory,” the publication states.

Let us remind you that on the morning of February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation launched a special operation on Ukrainian territory. During a televised address to the population, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that this was necessary to protect the residents of the friendly Lugansk and Donetsk people’s republics.

Earlier, the Estonian Ministry of Defense reported that Javelin anti-tank missiles, which were provided to Kyiv by Tallinn, were brought to the territory of Ukraine. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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