Muzhenko listed the attributes that allow defining the explosions at the ammunition depot in Kalynivka, the Vinnytsia region, as a sabotage act, Censor.NET reports citing his interview to ZIK network via LigaBusinessInform.
Muzhenko said that in addition to communication and power supply being off in Kalynivka depot, satellite vehicles were noticed above the facility on the day of the accident.
"I have a feeling it was a sabotage act. There are many signs that support this. For instance, communications system was damaged. Was it a coincidence? Possibly. As a result of some repair works. A damage to the power supply system. Electricity was off in Vinnytsia for an hour right before the accident. No communication in some law enforcement agencies. I will not say in which ones, this is a subject of the investigation. Satellite vehicles, satellites appeared prior to the event, during the event, and after it," Muzhenko said.
As reported, on Sept. 26 at around 10 p.m., State Emergency Service was reported of ammunition explosions in the military depot of the Defense Ministry in Kalynivka village. A Censor.NET source said that the explosions were heard in the village, and ammo was seen flying over the depot. The Kalynivka depot is more than 1,000 ha and packed with ammunition of various types.
As of 10 a.m. Sept. 27, more than 30,000 people have been evacuated. For that purpose, 50 buses, 10 ambulances, and Emergency Service psychologists were involved. Two people were traumatized and taken to hospitals.
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