Explosions heard in occupied Feodosia, road blocked near oil depot - media
On the morning of September 17, a strong explosion was heard in the temporarily occupied Feodosia. Some sources claim that the "bavovna" hit the city at 10 o'clock, while others say it happened at 12:00.
This was reported by local media from under Moscow's annexation. As a result of the incident, security forces blocked the highway to the oil depot, a strategic facility for the region.
Residents of Feodosia raised the alarm. Such events in Crimea have become extremely commonplace recently, but the Russians simply cannot ignore them.
As a reminder, the National Security and Defense Council has emphasized that Ukrainian troops will continue to destroy enemy targets in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The Armed Forces will continue to strike until the enemy leaves the annexed peninsula.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, explosions were heard in Feodosia in late August. The Russian invaders claimed that the air defense system had allegedly shot down a cruise missile near the city.