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President Vladimir Putin was informed this Monday of incidents on two Russian forces air bases in the Regions of Saratov and Riazan in the center of Russia, said the Kremlin spokesperson.

"The President regularly receives information, coming from appropriate services, on everything that is happening," Dmitri Peskov told the press, without further details, adding that any subsequent questions should be sent to the Ministry of Defense.

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According to several Russian media, two air bases, one of which is intended for strategic aviation used according to Kyiv to carry out strikes against Ukraine, were shaken by explosions.

Speculations on Russian social networks suggest that Ukraine could be behind these explosions, even if the two sites are hundreds of kilometers from the Ukrainian border.

Kyiv did not claim any of the explosions.

According to Russian public press agencies Tass and Ria Novosti, citing managers of the rescue services, three people were killed following the explosion of a tanker truck on an air base near Riazan.

Five other people were injured, according to Tass. None of the agencies, however, specified the cause of the explosion.

Separately, the governor of the Saratov region, Roman Boussarguine, announced that the authorities were checking information on a morning explosion in the city of ENGUELS, where an air base of strategic bombers is located.

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No civil infrastructure has been affected, he assured on Telegram.

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This Kremlin declaration comes when Ukraine was undergoing this deadly russian missiles on Monday, causing new power and water cuts in a country already in energy crisis, Moscow having made These infrastructures its priority target in the middle of winter.

In the afternoon, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the Ukrainian anti-aircraft defense had "shot down" most Russian missiles.

Russian President Vladimir Putin displayed him on television behind the wheel of a car to cross the Crimean bridge, a key infrastructure that connects Russia to this Ukrainian peninsula annexed in 2014 by Moscow. An explosion that the Kremlin attributed to Ukraine had seriously damaged it in October.

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