Vladimir Putin has been hit with a huge hammer blow as President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that “Crimea is coming back to Ukraine.”
Following strikes on two Russian ammunition depots yesterday in Crimea, Zelensky said the attacks are a “significant advantage” hinting that Ukraine was behind them.
Spokesman for Odesa region’s military administration, Serhiy Bratchuk said, “These fireworks mean that Crimea is coming back to Ukraine.”
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President Zelensky thanked “all Ukrainians who help our Armed Forces” on Tuesday evening in his nightly address and then hailed the attacks in Crimea as a “significant advantage” which will be the “root cause of our future victory.”
He added, “This is a people’s war of liberation, this is an all-Ukrainian struggle for freedom and independence for our country.”
The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) has claimed that Moscow will “likely be increasingly concerned with the apparent deterioration in security across Crimea.”
Following the two successful attacks on Russia’s ammunition depots the MoD said, “Dzhankoi and Gvardeyskoye are home to two of the most important Russian military airfields in Crimea.
“Dzhankoi is also a key road and rail junction that plays an important role in supplying Russia’s operations in southern Ukraine.”