Explosions in Crimea could have destroyed Onyx missiles used by Russia to attack Ukraine: details
A batch of Russian supersonic missiles P-800 Onyx could have been destroyed as a result of overnight explosions in Dzhankoi district of occupied Crimea. It is Onyx that Russian troops have been hitting Odessa and Mykolaiv for several days in a row.
The destruction of the missiles was reported by the Crimean partisans, citing sources. The resistance movement noted that the damage caused is estimated at hundreds of millions of dollars.
It is known that the price of one missile Onyx is from 1.25 million to 1.30 million dollars.
In his turn, the head of the public council at the Odessa regional military administration, Serhiy Bratchuk, noted that the information about the destruction of Onyx was being clarified.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On the morning of July 24, explosions erupted in the Dzhankoy district. The occupation "head" of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov admitted hitting a UAV in an ammunition depot. "For security reasons" the invaders suspended traffic on the railroad and highway Dzhankoi - Simferopol. Advisor to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko noted that the warehouse could have been hit by missiles.
- Overnight in Crimea claimed about machine-gun bursts and explosions in Dzhankoi, Old Crimea and Armyansk. Car traffic on the Crimean bridge was blocked, the occupiers called on "to remain calm".