Explosion near occupied Mariupol port: four Russian officers killed. Video
There was a loud explosion in the temporarily occupied city of Mariupol in Donetsk Region at dawn on 23 June. It was followed by a fire at a Russian military base near the port.
Four officers of the Russian Armed Forces were killed there. 'Mariupol.Opposite' reported about it, publishing a video from the scene (to view it, scroll to the end of the page).
"Good morning, today just congratulated the ru*nya near the port. Minus four officers - get/sign," the post reads.
The photos published online shows a column of smoke rising in the area of the seaport against the background of sunrise. And another close-up video shows a fire in the area where the hijackers were probably located.
"Ru*nja, what's with the f*ck? Has it been about the gas cylinder yet?" - commented in the Telegram channel "Mariupol.Opposite".
An advisor to the Ukrainian mayor, Petro Andryushchenko, specified that the 'bavina' visited a private house where the Russian military moved in after Mariupol residents were evacuated. It is located in the Prymorskyi district near the seaport.
"Good morning! Mariupol in touch! Mariupol resistance reports the elimination of at least four occupant officers... Friday begins with good news," he noted.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, on the afternoon of June 6, the 'bavina' visited the occupiers at the port of the legendary Azovstal plant in Mariupol. A series of explosions rang out there and black smoke billowed over the city.