After reports of explosions at the Russian occupiers’ military bases in the Crimean villages of Gvardeiske, Simferopol District and Maiske, Dzhankoy District, the Russian invaders’ “talking heads” began to make rather tragicomic statements. For example, the fake “speaker” of Crimea, Vladimir Konstantinov, “distinguished himself” by stating that a large-scale fire and explosions at an ammunition depot in Maiske were carried out by some “petty dirty tricks”.

Such Konstantinov’s “stream of consciousness” was not perceived by the collaborator “colleagues”, in particular – the notorious Russian senator Andrey Klishas and the Russian state propagandist Anton Krasovsky, who nervously stated that “it’s scary when people responsible for my safety and hundreds of thousands of other people, call such things a dirty trick”.

At the same time, even the absolutely aggressor-controlled “Crimean media” began to ironically report that “the main questions that are now worrying everyone are: where is the bomb shelter; how to quickly sell an apartment; what is an emergency suitcase?” At the same time, it is reported that in the occupied Sevastopol, cunning scammers have already begun to send out offers to the subscriber on mobile phones to “indicate the addresses of working bomb shelters” for a “small fee”.

This Russian invaders’ hysteria contrasts with the Ukrainian authorities’ statements of the. In particular, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called on the inhabitants of Crimea not to approach the aggressor’s military facilities of the against the backdrop of explosions on the peninsula. “Every day and every night we see new reports of explosions in the territory temporarily occupied by the invaders. And now I ask all our people in th Crimea, other regions in southern Ukraine, in the occupied areas of Donbass and Kharkiv region to be very careful. Please do not approach the military facilities of the Russian army and all the places where they store ammunition and equipment, where they keep their headquarters,” the President of Ukraine emphasized.