Warehouses of Russian invaders are burning again in Luhansk region (photo, video)

The official version of the fire, according to the Russian invaders, is the burning of saltpeter.

In the temporarily occupied Kadiyivka, the warehouses of the occupiers are on fire again / screen video
In the temporarily occupied Kadiyivka, the warehouses of the occupiers are on fire again / screen video

In the temporarily occupied Kadievka (former Stakhanov) of the Luhansk region, “pops” are again heard – probably, enemy ammunition is detonated.

This is reported in local Telegram channels .

On the “fireworks” on the night of Friday, July 15, residents of the occupied city reported. The official version of the fire, according to the Russian invaders, is the burning of saltpeter.

Recall that the same version was heard from the occupiers when there were explosions of ammunition in Novaya Kakhovka .

Note that there has not yet been confirmation from the Armed Forces of Ukraine that they hit warehouses in the Luhansk region.

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Earlier it was reported that fighting began with the Russian invaders on the outskirts of the  Luhansk region .

A few days ago, the Armed Forces of Ukraine already attacked Russian warehouses in  Kadievka ,  Luhansk region. The picture showed smoke over the headquarters of the Russian military. At the same time, it is noted that the parking of the equipment of the invaders around the headquarters also broke out.

In addition, there were also  explosions in several temporarily occupied cities of Lugansk and Donetsk regions. Ammunition depots and a mine in Donetsk were on fire – residents reported detonation of supplies and “fireworks”.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Fantastic! I want more!

    “Note that there has not yet been confirmation from the Armed Forces of Ukraine that they hit warehouses in the Luhansk region.”

    It doesn’t always have to be the Ukraine armed forces that do these sorts of things. There is guerrilla activity going on in mafia land occupied areas, after all.

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