The Russian invaders “lost” their aerial bomb near the temporarily captured Mariupol. Advisor to the city mayor Pyotr Andryushchenko told the details of the incident near enemy positions.
Andryushchenko said that on Wednesday, January 17, fighters of the “second army of the world” decided to launch another aerial bomb on the front line, but it suddenly “got lost” near the temporarily captured Mariupol not far from Russians, NBN reports with reference to Channel 24.
As the official said, the incident occurred in the area of the villages of Granitnoye and Kalchik. The KAB fell somewhere in the fields, near the positions of the “liberators.” Andryushchenko clarified that, unfortunately, the bomb did not explode.
The mayor's adviser noted that there had previously been incidents involving the fall of missiles from the Russian Armed Forces, which, according to him, the Russians “assemble on their knees.” The official believes that due to the inaccuracy of the invaders' weapons, they fell on their heads. He suggests that for this reason the occupiers are nervous when attaching shells to fighter jets.
Recall that British intelligence explained the incidents of missile drops from the “second army of the world” on the territory of the Russian Federation and temporarily occupied regions of Ukraine.