Shoigu's son-in-law was in Luhansk just before the strike: interesting details emerge
Russian blogger Alexei Stolyarov, who is also the son-in-law of Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, was in Luhansk on May 12 just before the explosions. He was not injured in the "cotton".
On Friday, Stolyarov posted a video on his social media page filmed in the central square of the temporarily occupied Luhansk. This place is located just a few kilometres from the point of impact (to see photos and video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Shoigu's son-in-law came to the city in honour of the "Republic Day" - a "holiday" that the local occupation "authorities" decided to celebrate every year on May 12. In Luhansk, he talked to local youth.
After the explosions in Luhansk, Stolyarov wrote on Telegram that he was not injured.
"Yes, I was in Luhansk today. I am fine," the blogger said.
Russian Telegram channels report that the son-in-law of the Russian Defence Minister heard about the powerful "cotton", but managed to leave the city before the arrival.
Earlier, Stolyarov boasted of a restaurant receipt for a decent sum. The blogger had dinner for 42,700 rubles and put his entertainment on display.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On May 12, three explosions occurred in occupied Luhansk. As a result of the "cotton", a repair base at a machine-building plant caught fire.
- According to various versions, the explosions could also have hit an oil storage facility or a cluster of military equipment.
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