Over the past 10 days, “industrial disasters”, “accidents” and other unexplained fires on military or paramilitary positions in Russia have multiplied. It is likely that it was a campaign orchestrated by Ukraine, thus bringing the war to Russian territory.
For ten days Russia has been experiencing a large number of “industrial disasters”, “accidents”, fires and explosions on its territory. specially In military or paramilitary positions.
Some of these fires and explosions resulted from official military attacks. This is the case, for example, of a fire at a fuel depot in Belgorod, 35 km from the border with Ukraine, in early April, which was caused by Launch of two Mi-24 attack helicopters, photographed by residents. Although Ukraine has not admitted to being behind the attack, there is no doubt that it was behind the attack.
Many explosions or fires are also concentrated in the Belgorod region, which is a kind of logistical redistribution complex of the Russian war towards the Donbass. On Sunday, a railway bridge was destroyed a little further north of Belgorod. There, the governor admitted that he was already”sabotage“.
Last Wednesday, an ammunition depot burned down in the middle of the night, and it is still in the Belgorod region. Two days ago, smoke ignited at the fuel logistics base of the Russian army in Bryansk, 100 kilometers north of the Ukrainian border.
remarkably, Ukraine is systematically attacking the logistical resources of the Russian army and is not limited to border areas. On Monday, an important complex of powders and explosives exploded from Perm – in the Urals, more than 1,000 kilometers east of Moscow. It is this complex that supplies fuel for Russian missiles and missiles. Near the Russian capital, in Tver, the Air Defense Research Center suddenly caught fire ten days ago. We even saw a fuel depot at an air base ablaze in Ussuriysk, on the Pacific Ocean, 10,000 kilometers from Ukraine.
True, industrial accidents and other catastrophic fires are not rare in Russia. Fires, like every year, are raging in Siberia at the moment.
However, in most modern cases, The places where most disasters have occurred and their frequency suggests that they are indeed attacks. For example, five recruitment centers of the Russian army in five different provinces were set on fire. And in Moscow itself, the vehicles of dozens of KGB agents, parked in front of their barracks or elsewhere in the city, were reduced to ashes. It’s hard to talk about accidents there.