There were explosions in occupied Melitopol and Tokmak: partisans reported a strong arrival
On the night of June 12, there were explosions in the Russian-occupied towns of Melitopol and Tokmak in Zaporizhzhia region. The network wrote that the Russian occupants had a "bavovna" again.
Partisans from the movement "Atesh" on their channel in Telegram reported that in Melitopol the arrival on the enemy was very strong. What exactly was hit, they did not specify.
"From an Atesh agent in Melitopol: "A very strong arrival. Not air defense. They work precisely on target," reads the partisan's message.
The Ria Melitopol channel noted that the explosion was so strong that it was heard even in the area of Novy Melitopol and Yurivka.
On June 8, it became known that the Ukrainian military arranged for the occupants in Tokmak a powerful "bavovna", which resulted in the destruction of a large number of enemy manpower. The number of explosions in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian city was such that it is difficult to count.
And on the morning of June 10, two explosions were heard in Russian-occupied Simferopol in Crimea, tentatively near the train station. Gauleiter of the peninsula Sergey Aksenov said that the air defense system was working, allegedly shooting down two ballistic missiles.
On June 9, explosions were heard in the area of captured Genichesk, which the occupiers designated as the "capital" of the Kherson region. According to preliminary reports, there are many wounded and eliminated occupants as a result of the "bavna.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, loud explosions were heard in occupied Berdyansk. A powerful fire broke out on the site of the arrivals.