Attacks and sabotage are growing in Crimea and Belgorod

Intense attacks on the bridge connecting the peninsula of Crimea; fire in the ammunition depot Belgorod; and a strong explosion near the railway station Kherson. Several fronts were opened Thursday night in Russian-controlled territories. The war in Ukraine continues its escalation after curing sabotage from Zelensky’s soldiers to Putin’s troops in recent hours.

“Air defense systems have worked in Kerch (Crimea). There is no danger either to the city or to the (Crimean) bridge,” Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to Putin-imposed leader in that region Sergei, assured on social networks. Aksyonov. Air defenses have protected the famous An 18-kilometer bridge connecting Russia with the Crimean Peninsula.

The Russian authorities announced this morning shoot down the UAVUkrainian reconnaissance drone in bellback (Crimea). In addition, a fire destroyed Russian territory ammunition depot on Timovo, in the Belgorod Region, near the Ukrainian border. Authorities said they are currently investigating the cause of the fire. In the same area, part of the Stari Oskol airport was also burned by the flames.

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The night was also long in other territories occupied by Russian troops. in Nova Kakhovka (Kherson) also had a I explode. According to some Russian media, air defense systems in the region worked at night to protect themselves from Ukrainian bombing.

On the other hand, the city Krasnograd (Kharkov) was also another target of Russian rockets during these days, where ten residential buildings were damaged and at least 21 deaths were recorded. This last Russian offensive in the area of Kharkiv This is a maneuver to stop the actions of the Ukrainian army on other fronts, according to the UK Ministry of Defence.

The new strategy of Ukraine

These attacks by the Ukrainian forces join those carried out in recent days in the city Janoe and Saki, in the same Crimea. Some events that were described by Russian authorities as “ukrainian sabotage”. It appears that Kyiv has stepped up this type of offensive behind the invasion lines and that they are part of its a new military strategy to destabilize Russia’s plans.

A group of firefighters intervenes in one of the bombed areas in Kharkiv.

A group of firefighters intervenes in one of the bombed areas in Kharkiv.

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However, Ukraine has not recognized their authorship fires and explosionsalthough Zelensky himself made a call on social networks to the citizens of this Russian-occupied region to “be very careful” because this danger zone” and “low security.” For this reason, the president strongly urged his compatriots not to approach Russian military sites where ammunition and equipment are stored.

This situation arose fear and uncertainty among Russian civilians, who had to leave the area and where kilometer-long cars can be seen on the nearby roads. Now Russia is looking for the formula to stop these “sabotages” without its citizens going into a state of panic or flight.

Terrorist plans in Zaporozhye

Russia and Ukraine are keeping tabs on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant amid international calls for the withdrawal of the Russian military from the facility and Russian refusal to abandon. Meanwhile, the two sides accuse each other of planning terrorist attacks on the plant.

“We received additional confirmation from the information services about preparations by the residents of a provocation at the Zaporizhzhia NPP on August 19,” the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said in a statement.

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“Given the number of weapons currently on the site of the nuclear plant, as well as the repeated provocative bombings, there high probability of a terrorist attack on a large scale at the nuclear facility,” the organization warned.

The Russian Ministry of Defense responded strongly to these accusations, saying that the end was “blame Russia for causing the disaster at this plant“, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, in southern Ukraine.

Also the President of Russia, Vladimir Putinand its French counterpart, Emmanuel Macronhave agreed this Friday in their interest to speed up the procedures for the visit of experts from International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) towards the center. The aim is to assess the impact of fighting in its vicinity between Ukraine and Russia, which has threatened the facility’s operation and containment measures.

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