Ukraine accuses that the ammunition depot that Russia claims it destroyed in Odesa was, in fact, a grain barn VIDEO

Sunday, August 21, 2022, 4:09 p.m

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Russia announced on Sunday, August 21, that it had destroyed an ammunition depot containing missiles for the US HIMARS system in the Odesa region of southeastern Ukraine, while Kiev says the occupiers actually hit a grain barn, reports Reuters.

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Kalibr missiles destroyed on Sunday, August 21, an ammunition depot containing missiles for the American HIMARS system and other Western-made anti-aircraft systems.

A spokesman for the Odesa regional administration said two missiles were shot down over the sea, but the third hit agricultural targets.

There were no casualties, said the quoted spokesman, Serhii Bratciuk, on his Telegram account. An explosives expert and investigators are working at the granary, he added.

Reuters mentions that it could not verify the reports from the battlefield.

The Russian Ministry of Defense also claimed that Moscow’s forces destroyed two M777 Howitzer tanks in combat positions in the Ukrainian region of Kherson and a fuel depot in the Zaporizhia region where – according to the quoted source – more than 100 tons of diesel fuel were stored.

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