An ammunition depot exploded in occupied Melitopol and a Russian military base in Tokmak

At night in Tokmak, Zaporizhzhya region, explosions were heard near a factory that Russia turned into a military base. And on March 7, an ammunition depot exploded in occupied Melitopol
This was reported by the head of Zaporizhzhia Regional State Administration Ivan Fedorov.

“Loud explosions are reported by residents of the temporarily occupied cities of Zaporizhzhia region. Last night, an explosion was recorded in Tokmak near the KShZ (Forging and Stamping Plant – ed.) area, which the occupiers turned into their military base,” said the head of the regional state administration.

According to him, on March 7, an ammunition depot and a car that brought the shells “blew up” in the temporarily occupied Melitopol.

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Source espreso
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