Saboteurs set fire to military warehouse, causing inferno in major Russian city

Partisans reportedly set fire to warehouse in Rostov-On-Don

Russian saboteurs claim to have set fire to a military warehouse in the strategic city of Rostov-on-Don.

Video posted to social media shows Russian firefighters working to tackle the blaze at the warehouse, which was reportedly storing Russian military uniforms.

Partisan group Skrepach claimed its saboteurs set the fire in an effort to harm Russia’s war effort in Ukraine.

Posting to Telegram, the group wrote: “Rostov-on-Don. Everything that was prepared for war will burn. In the industrial zone on the Left Bank near Megamag on Shosseynaya, a stock of uniforms was destroyed.”

The partisans claimed 300 square meters of the complex had burned and warned there were more attacks to come.

The fire comes amid a number of unexplained fires and train derailments in Russia since Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine which have sometimes been attributed to saboteurs.

The Freedom of Russia Legion – an anti-Putin Russian paramilitary group – previously told Daily Express US that their organization had operatives inside Russia who carried out similar attacks.

In addition, Ukraine has stepped up attacks in occupied Crimea and Russia striking across the border including the capital, Moscow.

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Over the weekend, three Ukrainian kamikaze drones reportedly hit a factory that produces Russian Kh-59 cruise missiles in the city of Smolensk.

The town is 250 miles west of Moscow near Russia’s border with Belarus. The strikes appear to be part of a campaign by Ukraine to take the fight to Russia.

As a result, Russia is facing attacks from partisans within the country as well as Kyiv’s launching strikes from Ukraine.

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