The sounds of explosions were heard near the Kremlin at night: sparks could be seen in the sky
In Moscow, on the night of May 3, two explosions occurred near the Kremlin. According to eyewitnesses, sparks could be seen in the sky and the incident took place around 3 a.m.
This was reported in a local sub-public, citing information from Muscovites. In particular, it is claimed that "residents of the House on the embankment saw sparks in the sky and people with lanterns near the Kremlin wall after the claps."
Residents of nearby Serafimovich Street said that the "clap" was similar in strength to a shot of thunder.
The Kremlin and Kremlin embankment lights were turned off.
As OBOZREVATEL reported:
- On April 26, Russian President Vladimir Putin was spotted arriving at the Kremlin at night - his motorcade arrived there around 10 pm. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called the incident a "common practice."
- Igor Romanenko, former deputy chief of the Armed Forces General Staff, said that Ukraine has the technical ability to launch strikes against Moscow, but that decisions should be made with the geopolitical factor in mind.
- On the night of May 3, UAVs attacked a military airfield in Russia's Bryansk Region, damaging an An-124 aircraft as a result.
- On the morning of May 3, there was an explosion at an oil depot in the port of Taman. The fire can be seen from the Crimean bridge.
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