May 19, 2024
Ukraine News Today

In the Luhansk region near the border with the Russian Federation, defenders destroyed the occupiers’ ammunition depot

The defenders struck a Russian ammunition warehouse in the occupied Sorokyno, Luhansk region. Source: Artem Lysogor, head of the Luhansk OVA, pro-Kremlin publication “RIA Novosti”, “Military” Literally Lysogor: “In occupied Sorokino (Krasnodon), a compound with BC exploded.”, — write:

The defenders struck a Russian ammunition warehouse in the occupied Sorokyno, Luhansk region.

Source: head of Luhansk OVA Artem Lysogor, pro-Kremlin publication “RIA Novosti”, “Military”

Literally Lysohor: “In occupied Sorokino (Krasnodon), a warehouse with BC exploded.

This is already the third emergency situation in the rear of the Russians in the Luhansk Region within a week.

And if, without fuel reserves, their military will last a little longer, then the ammunition that burned so brightly in Sorokino today will be used up by the enemy quite quickly.

It will take a significant amount of time to accumulate it elsewhere, away from the front line.

The invaders thought that this warehouse was also quite reliable, because it was located almost on the border with the Russian Federation, from where it is about 130 km to the battle line. But there was also an explosion.

Now the Russian military in the area has a limited supply of BC, which should soon affect their offensive actions.”

Details: Eyewitnesses posted videos of a large-scale fire and powerful explosions on social networks.

Media of the occupiers reports that roads are blocked at the entrances to the city.

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