A large warehouse exploded. Why did the Ukrainian army choose this target. Near the goal, the Russians were incredibly light-hearted. There is also an explosive atmosphere at the airport in Simferopol. Is Pisky or another Russian airport more important? Map of the day – Kherson bridges. Videos of the day – what does the collision of a Russian BMP with a mine also say about the equipment of the Slovak army; a small cemetery of tanks without a tower; the grandmother does not trust her grandson – a brief look into the Russian soul. Turn on the subscription to the series about the development of the fighting in Ukraine with one click. Even today, we bring a summary of the situation on the battlefield compiled from information from various ministries of defense and independent analysts. The information in this text is a summary of the results of the fights for Monday, August 15. The current situation in some places may already be different. An overview of confirmed losses is at the end of the article. This time a large warehouse exploded. Why did the Ukrainian army choose this target. Last week’s destruction of the Russian Saka airport on the western coast of Crimea was not an isolated incident, but the first in a series of attacks by the Ukrainian army against its enemy’s facilities. On Tuesday, a really large ammunition depot exploded in the northern part of the peninsula. Its importance for the conduct of the war can be deduced from the range of accompanying fireworks, which is above average even by the standards of this war. The entire area, which until recently was considered by the Russians as a safe logistical base for aggression against Ukraine, can be definitively described as a war zone after today. It is virtually certain that more attacks will follow. This time, the Ukrainians attacked in the 40,000-population town of Dzhankoy, respectively in the nearby village of Maiske. You don’t need to be a professional military strategist to see why there. Just look at This article is exclusive content for Denník N subscribers. Are you a subscriber? Log in
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