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The commander of the Ukrainian Air Force, Mykola Oleschuk, confirmed reports of attacks on a Russian military base near Eupatoria and on a Russian command post near Sevastopol. The Ministry of Defense in Moscow reported “ten missiles shot down” over the peninsula.

General Mykola Oleschuk reported in a Thursday entry on the Telegram channel about attacks by Ukrainian forces near Sevastopol and Eupatoria, but did not reveal the details. He wrote that the occupiers spread fake news about the shelling of “the bunker with the deputy commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces, Valery Zaluzhny, and nine other generals.” “I am waiting for the same epic report from Sevastopol and Eupatoria from enemy propaganda,” he ironized.

Ołeszczuk also posted a video on the Telegram channel showing a huge column of smoke resulting from the explosion. It is unknown where this recording comes from.

A series of explosions

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StratCom of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (Strategic Communications Directorate) reported that the Ukrainian military attacked the Russian command post near Sevastopol on Thursday around 3 p.m. (2 p.m. in Poland).

The media in Kiev reported that during the air alarm announced in Crimea, a series of explosions occurred in Sevastopol and Eupatoria. The so-called governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozaev, reported that “fragments of the shot down missile fell on a private house, as a result of which one person was injured.” Razvohayev reported that “several air targets were shot down in the sky over Sevastopol.” He called Thursday’s attack “the most massive”.

The Ministry of Defense in Moscow reported “ten missiles shot down” over the peninsula, without revealing any details.

A shot from the recording published by Mykola Ołeszczuk Mykola Ołeszczuk/Telegram

200 kilometers from the territory controlled by Kiev

Reuters reported that Ukrainian forces struck a Russian command post near Sevastopol, located more than 200 km from the territory controlled by Kiev, and also carried out an attack on a military unit on the Crimean Peninsula.

Reuters recalled that Ukraine intensified attacks on Crimea, annexed in March 2014, in order to destroy its military potential Russia and force her fleet to withdraw from the Black Sea.

Ukrainian Truth, nv.ua, meduza.io, tvn24.pl



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