Russian troops inflicted fire damage on personnel accommodation facilities and an ammunition depot of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Kramatorsk

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Russian troops inflicted fire damage on personnel accommodation facilities and an ammunition depot of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Kramatorsk

At night, Russian troops launched a series of strikes on targets in the territories of the Donetsk People's Republic occupied by the enemy. Unmanned and manned aviation Russia carried out the defeat of targets in the Kramatorsk-Slavic agglomeration.

Explosions thundered on the outskirts of Kramatorsk - at the places of deployment of personnel and military equipment of the armed forces of Ukraine. In this area, the Kiev regime is forced to keep certain reserves, fearing a breakthrough of Russian troops both from Artemovsk and from the Krasnolimansky direction. If Russian troops are on the defensive near Artyomovsk, then the Russian Armed Forces are advancing in the aforementioned Krasnolimansky direction.





One of the arrivals caused a powerful detonation. According to some reports, a tactical-level ballistic missile destroyed the ammunition depot of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In general, this night (from 4 to 5 September) for the rear areas controlled by the Kyiv regime, turned out to be quite calm. There were no strikes against targets in the southern regions of Ukraine.

Recall that on the eve of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation struck a fuel depot in the Odessa region. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry hastened to announce that the Russian drones "fell and exploded on Romanian territory." Official Bucharest denied these statements, noting that Russian drones did not threaten the territory of Romania. In fact, the Romanian authorities caught the Kiev regime in a lie.
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