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Aksenov’s adviser said that the drones shot down over Dzhankoy targeted civilian objects


Unmanned aerial vehicles, which were shot down in the sky over Dzhankoy by means of air defense, targeted civilian infrastructure. This was stated by the adviser to the head of the Republic of Crimea Oleg Kryuchkov.

“All the drones were aimed at civilian targets. One was shot down above the technical school in Dzhankoy and fell between the university building and the hostel,” he wrote on his Telegram channel.

Kryuchkov added that the remaining drones were shot down over residential areas. He also noted that there are no military installations in the area, pointing out that in addition to explosives, each device was stuffed with shrapnel.

© kryuchkovoleg, Telegram According to adviser Sergei Aksyonov, with this attack the Kiev regime wanted to take revenge on the inhabitants of the peninsula for their choice.

Also, Oleg Kryuchkov posted photos of the propeller blade of the drone that attacked the educational institution.

© kryuchkovoleg, Telegram “Interesting abbreviation: USA. Company warehouses in New Jersey and California. Comments, I think, are unnecessary,” Kryuchkov wrote.

Earlier, the head of the Republic of Crimea, Sergei Aksenov, said that an air defense system had worked in the city of Dzhankoy, located in the north of the peninsula. According to him, the wreckage damaged the household and the store, while one person was injured.

Aksyonov’s post adviser said that the drones shot down over Dzhankoy targeted civilian objects.

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