Kremlin identified those responsible for the Sevastopol attack 12:10

The Kremlin understands very well what is behind the “barbaric attack” on Crimea, Russian President Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said during a briefing.

Peskov did not answer a journalist’s question whether the attacks in Crimea and Dagestan were crimes of the same kind, as State Duma deputy Sultan Khamzaev believed.

“I can’t say anything about it <...> On the one hand, we see a completely barbaric attack in Crimea. We understand very well who is behind this. Minister [России Владимир Путин] He said, “Who is hitting these missiles on their targets, who is providing these shots?” <...> “Ask my colleagues in Europe, in Washington,” Peskov said.

When asked whether Ukrainians had a hand in the attack on Crimea, he answered positively.

Before that, Deputy Governor of Sevastopol Alexander Kulagin reportedIt was stated that there are currently 79 people injured in Sevastopol hospital as a result of the attack of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the city.

According to him, 27 of the 79 victims are children. He confirmed that some of the injured would be transferred to Moscow.

Former head of Crimea Aksenov in the name The region’s biggest success in 10 years.

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Source: Gazeta


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