“Cotton” came to the temporarily occupied Horlivka: locals report a strong fire


“Cotton” came to the temporarily occupied Horlivka: locals report a strong fire

On the night of March 24, the invaders again had nightmares. All because a powerful “cotton” came to the occupied Gorlovka in the Donetsk region.

This was reported by local telegram channels of the temporarily occupied Donetsk. A series of explosions were heard in Gorlovka at night, Channel 24 reports.

Gorlovskoye “Khlopok” works tirelessly

Residents of the temporarily occupied city reported that immediately after the explosions, a strong fire broke out in one of the districts. It burned bright and powerful.

According to preliminary information, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the positions of the occupiers. However, there have been no official comments from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine yet.

Horlivka was visited by “cotton” / Photo from social networks

A strong fire broke out at the site of the explosions / Photo from social networks

Recall that as of the morning of March 24, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that thanks to the coordinated action of the Ukrainian defenders, the enemy army was suffering enormous losses. Yes, the Ukrainian aviation of the past day delivered 12 strikes on the positions of the personnel and military equipment of the occupying forces.

In addition, the Ukrainian defenders shot down two Kh-59 guided missiles and 4 UAVs of various types. And the units of the missile forces and artillery managed to hit:

  • command centre,
  • the area of concentration of manpower, weapons and military equipment of the enemy,
  • anti-aircraft missile system
  • and 2 compositions of fuels and lubricants.

Holiday “cotton” in the Crimea: the main

  • On the morning of March 22, a series of explosions was heard in the occupied Sevastopol. Russian propagandists said that as a result of the “clap”, booms were allegedly triggered at the entrance to the Sevastopol Bay, after which they allegedly stopped and destroyed a sea drone.
  • Some of the windows were broken in the buildings. Moreover, the “cotton” blast broke the windows in the building of the occupation authorities in Sevastopol.
  • The explosions were commented by Natalya Gumenyuk, press secretary of OK Yug. She noted that the Russians were digging trenches there for something: “Yes, now the excuse is that the work was not in vain”
  • In addition, approximately at 20:50 on March 20, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Dzhankoy. Local residents began to complain about the sounds of drones, and then explosions and gunfire.
  • As military expert Oleg Zhdanov said, a whole flock of drones flew to Crimea. They ended up in an oil depot in Dzhankoy near the railway station. They also hit a military echelon with Caliber missiles.

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