Today, September 23, at 7 a.m., a loud explosion rang out in occupied Melitopol
“The terror of the occupiers is increasing. At 7 a.m., a loud explosion rang out in Melitopol, which was well felt by residents in the center of the city. People are afraid to leave their homes. And this fear plays into the hands of the occupiers – on the first day of early morning “voting” in the pseudo-referendum, they need everyone to be quiet sat at home,” he notes.
“We are clarifying the information, but one thing can be said for sure. The people of Melitopol should stay as far as possible from the Russian military and enemy equipment. Something is constantly exploding near them,” Fedorov adds.