A series of powerful explosions thundered in Melitopol, Zaporozhye region. This was announced on Friday, August 2, by Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the military-civilian administration (CAA) of the region.
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“Melitopol is very loud! Numerous explosions are heard in the city,” he wrote in his Telegram channel.
Rogov also noted that he would share all the details later.
Earlier, on August 29, it was reported that there were about five explosions in Melitopol.
Before that, on August 25, Rogov reported that the inhabitants of Melitopol were left without electricity. However, on the same day, the mayor of the city, Galina Danilchenko, announced that the electricity supply in the city had been restored. According to her, the violation provoked a fire and a short circuit on power lines.
The day before, the administration of Melitopol reported that Ukrainian saboteurs tried to blow up a power line in the suburbs.
Meanwhile, on August 19, Volodymyr Rogov announced that a terrorist attack planned by the Ukrainian special services had been prevented in Melitopol.
Part of the Zaporozhye region came under the control of the Russian military during a special operation to protect the Donbass, the beginning of which President Vladimir Putin announced on February 24. The decision to hold it was made against the backdrop of an aggravation of the situation after shelling by the Ukrainian military, in connection with which the authorities of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics turned to Moscow for help.