A man with a grenade was detained near Moscow: he threatened to blow up the draft board
Sporadic riots against the Kremlin regime continue in Russia. On March 6, a man with a grenade was detained on the streets of the city of Domodedovo near Moscow.
This is reported by Russian telegram channels. According to available information, a man dressed in camouflage threatened to blow up the draft board, Channel 24 reports.
The man escaped from the military unit
It is noted that the man in camouflage is a deserter from the Kursk region. Previously, he escaped from the military unit and threatened to blow up the military registration and enlistment office.
The whole city was “raised” in search of a deserter / Photo by Russian media
The whole city was raised in search of him, the police blocked Naberezhnaya Street. Sappers and FSB officers worked on the spot.
As it turned out later, the grenade threatened by the military turned out to be a dummy.
The military was detained / Photo by Russian media
“Cotton” in Russia: latest news
- On March 6, at about 10:30 a.m., messages about explosions in the Bryansk and Belgorod regions began to appear on Russian telegram channels. The governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, announced the shelling of the border area in the Khomutovsky district. As a result, the inhabitants of Iskra village were left without electricity.
- It should be noted that this is the second “cotton” in the Belgorod region for the day. In the morning, the enemy media reported explosions in Novy Oskol. Propagandists claim that the Russian air defense allegedly managed to shoot down “three Ukrainian missiles.”
- Soldiers of the special forces Kraken of the Main Directorate of Intelligence managed to destroy the observation tower of the invaders in Russia – namely, near Bryansk. This task was completed by Kharkov special forces.
- At the same time, military observer Denis Popovich stated that Moscow recognized what everyone had known for a long time: Russian air defense is very vulnerable. According to him, the invaders no longer deny that there are gaps in their “big country” through which various air targets can fly.