Explosions in occupied Crimea: Russian army warehouses suddenly caught fire. Video

This time, the ''cotton'' took place in the area of Tokareve and Shubino

On the evening of Monday, 26 June, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea. Probably, the Russian invaders got a new "cotton"

It turned out that the Russian army warehouses suddenly caught fire. This was reported by an officer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Anatoliy Shtefan ("Stirlitz").

This time, the "cotton" occurred near the settlements of Tokarevo and Shubino.

"Temporarily occupied Crimea. The occupiers' warehouses suddenly caught fire in the area of Tokarevo - Shubino. Miracles and nothing else," the message reads.

Shtefan also posted the corresponding fire video.



As a reminder, the former commander of the US Armed Forces in Europe, Ben Hodges, predicted that the Ukrainian army would be able to reach Crimea by the end of the summer. The main condition for this is the expansion of military assistance to Ukraine, including the provision of General Atomics MQ-1C Grey Eagle drones and MGM-140 ATACMS long-range missiles.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- On 22 June, an explosion occurred on the Chongar bridge connecting Crimea with Kherson region. Eyewitnesses filmed the first minutes after the explosion. The moment of arrival over the Chongar Bridge was also captured on video.

- Gaulaiter Saldo threatened that Russia could strike bridges in Odesa region and in the village of Giurgiulești, a settlement in the Cahul district of Moldova on the border with Romania and Ukraine. The collaborator claims that Russia's response will be "very serious".

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