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SSU claims responsibility for Voronezh drone attack

SSU confirms defeat of ammunition depot in Voronezh region. Source: Video screenshot

The Security Service confirmed that on the night of July 7, an ammunition depot was attacked in the Voronezh region of the Russian Federation. The Russian occupiers stored missiles, tank shells and other weapons at this facility.

The warehouse was hit by UAVs. This was reported to OBOZ.UA by informed sources.

A field ammunition depot near the village of Sergeevka, Voronezh region, came under attack. The facility of the Russian occupation army was attacked by SSU drones.

On an area of 9,000 square meters, the Russian occupiers stored surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, as well as shells for tanks and artillery. The warehouse also contained boxes of ammunition for firearms.

According to the source, it is from this warehouse that the invaders supply ammunition to their troops in Ukraine. Locals heard an explosion at night, followed by a strong detonation. A column of smoke was visible for tens of kilometers.

The Security Service also warned the Russians that there is a high probability of sudden detonations at the facilities of the Russian military-industrial complex that is waging the war against Ukraine in the near future.

Meanwhile, a video filmed by a resident of a village in the Voronezh region shows how Russian shells shattered roofs, smashed windows and left craters on the road. It is interesting that he comments on the damage in the local dialect, which is almost pure colloquial Ukrainian with a slight admixture of Russian words and a certain accent.

SSU claims responsibility for Voronezh drone attack
SSU claims responsibility for Voronezh drone attack

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