US News: Crimea: a fire followed by an explosion of ammunition made two injured in a Russian base, according to Moscow

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 Ukraine: The Zaporijia nuclear power plant targeted by strikes, a reactor at the stop, the concerns of the AIEA © Creative Commons The nuclear power plant of Zaporijjia, the most powerful in Europe, is targeted by strikes of which Moscow and kyiv refer responsibility. Creative Commons is an area that the conflict observers carefully scrutinize . The Zaporijjia power station, under Russian control since March could at any time become the scene of a nuclear disaster.

Le feu se serait déclaré vers 5h15 heure française dans un dépôt de munitions temporaire d’une base russe dans le district de Djankoï. Reuters/Stringer © Stringer The fire would have declared itself around 5:15 am French time in a deposit of temporary ammunition of a Russian base in the District Djankoï. Reuters/Stringer A fire exploding an explosion of ammunition occurred on Tuesday morning in a Russian military base in Crimea , the Russian Defense Ministry announced. The fire would have declared itself around 5:15 am French time in a deposit of temporary ammunition of a Russian base in the district of Djankoï, in the north of the peninsula annexed by Russia, said the ministry in a press release, quoted by the agencies of Russian press. "Following the fire, a detonation of the ammunition has occurred," he said. Crimea Governor Sergei Ak, who went to the scene, said two civilians were injured, while the evacuation of the inhabitants of a neighboring village was underway. At 8:15 am French hour, the blast was still continuing, said Akionov on Telegram. Also according to the Russian army, this explosion of ammunition is due to "an act of sabotage". "A number of civil infrastructure, including a high voltage line, a power plant, a railway, as well as several houses have also been damaged," the Russian army detailed. By reacting to these explosions, Andriï Iermak, the head of the Ukrainian presidential administration, praised on Telegram an "Operation Demilitarization way of goldsmith's work by the Ukrainian armed forces", who will continue, according to him "until the Liberation complete Ukrainian territories ”. "In the morning near Djankoi began with explosions," said the Ukrainian presidency adviser Mikhaïlo Podoliak on Twitter. "Crimea in a normal country is the Black Sea, mountains, recreation and tourism. But the Crimea occupied by the Russians, these are explosions of ammunition deposits and a high risk of death for invaders and thieves, "he said. This incident comes a week after an explosion of ammunition intended for military aviation in a deposit located in the territory of the Saki military aerodrome in the west of Crimea. These explosions had killed one and several injured. The Crimea , a Ukraine peninsula annexed in 2014 by Moscow, has been on the front line of the military offensive that Russia has been carrying out against its Ukrainian neighbor since February 24. Russian planes take off almost daily from Crimea to hit targets in regions under the control of kyiv and several areas of this peninsula are located within the radius of action of Ukrainian guns and drones.

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