In occupied Mariupol, the car of the chief of police appointed by the Russian authorities was blown up
The car of Russian-appointed police chief Mikhail Moskvin exploded in Russian-occupied Mariupol, TASS reports citing a source in the power structures of the annexed DPR. Colonel Eduard Basurin also confirmed this information to RIA Novosti.
“Today in Mariupol, an attempt was made on the life of Mikho, the chief of police of Moskvin, he is alive. I talked to him, he received a slight concussion,” Basurin said. According to TASS, Moskvin's car exploded when he was a few meters away from him. However, writes RIA Novosti, Moskvin was not seriously injured, he did not need hospitalization.
According to a RIA Novosti source, the explosive device was planted under the bottom of the car. In Mariupol, the "Interception" plan was announced.
On the territories of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops, there are regular attempts on the lives of officials appointed by the Russian Federation. The last such incident occurred in March. Then the deputy head of the district police department in Melitopol was injured in an explosion.