The scumbags of the time-hourly occupied Melitopol felt like vibuhi. The city had at least two.
RBC-Ukraine reports about this from a message sent to the Telegram channel by the mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov.
The mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov reported that the city had two .
“In the time-occupied Melitopol, the occupiers have no time to sleep. The sacks report that they sensed two vibukhas,” Fedorov wrote.
The situation in Melitopol
The occupation of Melitopol by Russian troops began on February 25, 2022, the first day of Russia's large-scale invasion of Ukraine. On this day, the Russian troops reached the place and occupied the former district administration and the local administration of the Security Service of Ukraine.
On the first days of the occupation and protest rallies against the Russians were held in the area military The occupiers stole and rolled away the head of Melitopol's Ivan Fedorov. In the occupied area, protests took place against Fedorov's possible release, and six days later he was exchanged for nine Russian troops.
Earlier it became clear that the Ukrainian partisans had broken up the occupiers at the same time from technology. Four victims died.
There were also injuries near Melitopol on the evening of the 14th. Ivan Fedorov told about this.
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