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Powerful explosions were heard in the occupied Sorokyne, Luhansk region: the occupiers' headquarters could have been hit. Video

Cotton in Sorokyne
"Cotton" in Sorokyne

On the morning of May 13, explosions were heard in the town of Sorokyne (Krasnodon in 1938-2016) on the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk region. There was an arrival at the enemy's facility; possibly, the headquarters of the Russian Armed Forces and the rear ammunition depot were stolen, and secondary detonation was heard on the spot.

The Telegram channel of Ukrainian artillerymen from the Tivaz division wrote about the effective work of their "big brother." The ASTRA project spread the version that the Russian occupiers' headquarters had been hit. InformNapalm noted that the enemy's BC warehouse was actively exploding.

Smoke in Sorokyne

Local propaganda Telegram channels confirmed the explosions in the town. The road to Sorokine from Luhansk and Izvaryne was temporarily blocked after the explosions.

Preliminary, the explosions were heard in the area of the local Yunist plant.

Explosions were heard in Sorokine, a fire broke out.
Smoke in Sorokyne on May 13, 2024
Previously, there was an arrival
Powerful explosions were heard in the occupied Sorokyne, Luhansk region: the occupiers' headquarters could have been hit. Video

Sorokyne has been under occupation since April 2014. Approximately 4 kilometers east of the settlement is the border of the Luhansk region of Ukraine with the Rostov region of the Russian Federation.

Sorokyne (Krasnodon) on the map.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, on May 11, explosions occurred in the temporarily occupied Donetsk. They landed near the place where the occupiers and collaborators gathered to celebrate the "DPR Day" and where the rally was supposed to start.

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