These strikes will not be able to harm the supply of BC to the Black Sea Fleet, since its logistical routes are slightly different.
The strike on the railway tracks in the occupied Dzhankoy will not affect the supply of weapons to the Black Sea Fleet, but will prevent their transportation to Melitopol and the Kherson region, the acting director said. Chief of the Main Directorate of Combat Strike Systems of the General Staff, Colonel Sergei Baranov.
When asked about the “bavovna” in Dzhankoy, Baranov replied that “bavovna is always nice,” and recalled the “net of death” created by the rocket and artillery troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Baranov added that these strikes will not be able to harm the supply of ammunition to the Black Sea Fleet, since its logistical routes are slightly different: “As for our territory, yes. The goals of such a fire engagement are precisely to completely stop or interfere with the logistical support of those enemy groupings that are on our territory.
Explosions in Dzhankoy – latest news
On March 20, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reported that explosions in the city of Dzhankoy in the north of the temporarily occupied Crimea destroyed enemy Caliber cruise missiles transported by rail. In connection with the explosions, the invaders declared a state of emergency in the city.
Natalya Gumenyuk, speaker of OK Yug, explained that the Russian occupiers did not mention the destruction of Caliber NK missiles in Dzhankoy in their reaction, because this does not contribute to their image.
What happened last night in Dzhankoy is evidence that Ukraine has the resources to carry out pinpoint strikes against the bases of Russian rashists in Crimea, military expert Vladislav Seleznev is convinced.