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Indicator – abroad – explosions and deaths at Russian military airfields

Indicator – abroad – explosions and deaths at Russian military airfields

Several people were killed in bombings at two Russian military airports. It is not yet known the cause of the explosions at the airports of Ryazan and Saratov. Both regions are hundreds of kilometers from the Ukrainian border.

It is believed that the Russian long-range strategic bombers are stationed at the Engels air base in the Saratov region.

The governor of the Saratov region said the security forces were checking “reports of incidents at military facilities”.

The two explosions at two different military sites raise speculation about whether Ukraine could be behind it, he writes BBC. Ukraine has not officially commented.

However, advisor to the Ukrainian President Mihajlo Podoljak referred to the incident:

If something is launched into the airspace of another country, sooner or later the UFO will return to its starting point.

Satellite images taken on Sunday show what appears to be a large fleet of Russian heavy bombers at Engels Air Force Base.

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After Russian military forums reported that Ukrainian drones destroyed two Tu-95 strategic bombers and their crew in Engels, Russia’s hinterland, Ukraine reported that 14 more Tu-95s had taken off from this military airfield. Perhaps the bombers launched a revenge attack, or moved them to a safe place.

The footage shows what appear to be Tu-160 and Tu-95 strategic bombers capable of launching cruise missiles – among the weapons used in the strikes against Ukraine. Other satellite images released last week also show increased military aircraft activity at the same air base.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russian President Vladimir Putin had reported the two reported incidents. When asked if he would comment on the two explosions, Peskov said at a press conference on Monday that he had no information about the two incidents and had only seen reports about them in the media.

Meanwhile, Ukraine declared Russia the latest Launched a wave of missile strikes against the country, so an air raid alert order was issued in Kyiv and most regions.