On Wednesday morning, January 3, explosions occurred in the Russian city of Belgorod. The governor of the region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, complained about the “tense situation” in the region, reporting on the work of the air defense.
Telegram channels “Tin Belgorod” and “Belgorod Informant” published videos from the city in which sirens and explosions can be heard. Traditionally, the Russians blamed Ukraine for the “bavovna,” NBN reports.
At the same time, the regional governor complained that the situation in the region remains “tense.” According to a Putin official, there were two shellings in Belgorod this morning, and air defense was working. Gladkov promised to conduct a door-to-door inspection and report on the destruction.
The governor also noted that January 2 was a difficult day for the city – as a result of the shelling, one person was killed and 11 were injured.
Note that that it was restless at night in Sevastopol. Residents of the temporarily captured city reported two powerful explosions. A photograph of smoke columns above a populated area was published on the Internet.