Two loud explosions sounded in the port of occupied Berdyansk. “Authorities” of the city claim that they occurred “in the process of demining”

In the port of the city of Berdyansk occupied by the Russian authorities, two strong explosions were heard. This is reported by the Telegram channel "Bryansk Now".

“Judging by where the smoke is coming from and the fact that there were no warnings about demining from the occupiers, it is likely that this is something“ unplanned ”,” the channel says.

Vladimir Rogov, a member of the pro-Russian "military-civilian administration" of the Zaporozhye region, claims that the explosion occurred "as a result of mine clearance." "Soon the port of Berdyansk will start working as planned," Rogov said.

The last time an explosion was heard in the port of Berdyansk was on June 2. The occupying authorities claimed that this also happened during the demining process. Since the beginning of the occupation, the seaport of Berdyansk has been used, among other things, for unloading Russian ammunition.

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