The Russian Defense Ministry recognized the explosions near Dzhankoy as sabotage
The Russian Ministry of Defense claims that as a result of sabotage in Crimea, there are no people who were seriously injured.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation admitted that the explosions in the occupied Crimea near Dzhankoy occurred due to sabotage.
There are no seriously injured, and measures are being taken to eliminate the consequences of sabotage, the RIA Novosti propaganda agency reports on Telegram.
"On the morning of August 16, as a result of sabotage, a military warehouse near the village of Dzhankoy was damaged," the Russian Defense Ministry said. According to them, the power plant, railway tracks, and power lines were also damaged.
Explosions took place near Dzhankoy early in the morning on August 16. At first, accomplices of the occupiers claimed that there had been a fire at an electrical substation.
The head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Refat Chubarov, reported that a Russian military unit in the village of Azovskoye, Dzhankoy district, was on fire.
People's Deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko shared that an enemy ammunition depot was destroyed in Crimea.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation stated that on the peninsula near Maisky, there was a "fire" in a military unit on the territory of a bunded site for the temporary storage of ammunition.