The explosions that rang out in the Russian-occupied Dzhankoi in the north of Crimea and damaged the railway tracks were intended to completely or partially stop the logistical support of the enemy groups in the temporarily captured Melitopol and Kherson.
This was announced during the briefing "Transformation of Missile Troops and Artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine" by the head of the Main Directorate of Combat Strike Systems of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Serhiy Baranov, Ukrinform cites.
Answering the question of whether the explosions in Dzhankoi will affect the enemy's supply of ammunition to the besieged Crimea and other territories of Ukraine, Baranov noted the importance of Dzhankoi in supplying the occupying army on the mainland of the occupied territories.
"Dzhankoi is one of the nodes on the branch of the logistics route, which goes to Melitopol or to Kherson. Therefore, one of the reasons for inflicting such damage was precisely either a complete stop or an obstacle to the logistical support of those enemy groups located on our territory," he said.