Explosions rang out in several districts of Sevastopol at once. The occupiers said that the situation was stable, while the locals shouted: "nightmare". The head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of Ukraine, Kyrylo Budanov, meanwhile, gave a new forecast for the development of events in Crimea.
This is stated in an exclusive on the TSN.ua YouTube channel.
The fabulous Cape Fiolent in the Crimea on the night of September 18 was special. The Armed Forces of Ukraine took care of the fireworks there. And they hit for a reason. It is there that part of the Russian anti-aircraft and rad-electronic warfare is located.
People reported four explosions in several districts of Sevastopol. Instead, the occupiers, as always, denied the attack. No explosions were recorded in them, there was no damage, and there were no casualties either.
Meanwhile, the spokeswoman for the Defense Forces of southern Ukraine, Natalia Humeniuk, said that the Russians "crawl" around the peninsula so as not to fall under the "cotton" and often hide behind the backs of local residents.
And the head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence, Kyrylo Budanov, predicted the collapse of the Russians in Crimea. According to him, the Armed Forces of Ukraine can break the land corridor of the Russian Federation with the temporarily occupied peninsula by the end of 2023.
"The Russians are well aware of this, so in desperation they deployed their reserves prematurely," Budanov said.
There is also something to hit Russian bases in Crimea.
▶ On the TSN YouTube channel, you can watch the video at this link: "Explosions in Crimea! Budanov gave a new forecast! The Russians are advised to flee!" It provides comments not only from the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate, but also from Ukrainian military experts.
The tension is growing. Russians are advised to flee the Ukrainian Crimea as soon as possible.
It should be added that the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine in 2005-2010. Mykola Malomuzh also spoke about the possibility of breaking Russia's land corridor to the occupied Crimea before the onset of winter.