No info on sabotage groups or drones in Vinnytsia region – military prosecutor

No info on sabotage groups or drones in Vinnytsia region – military prosecutor

No sabotage groups have been spotted in Vinnytsia region, where ammunition started exploding at military depots in Kalynivka on September 26, and there is no information on UAVs over the warehouses, Ukraine's chief military prosecutor Anatoliy Matios has said.

"Investigators and law enforcement agencies have not recorded the presence of subversive groups in Vinnytsia region, as reported by Facebook and others. There is no information about that. The investigation does not have any data on unmanned aerial vehicles," he said at a briefing in Odesa on Thursday.

According to Matios, anti-terrorist exercises, which were announced by Vinnytsia Regional State Administration and the Ukrainian Security Service, have not actually begun.

"We need to establish the reasons why this happened, whether it was inadequate storage, improper fulfilment of duties, or actual sabotage. All of these scenarios are being investigated," he said.

As reported, a fire broke out at ammunition depots in Kalynivka on September 26, which subsequently led to artillery shells exploding. About 30,000 people were evacuated from the zone of possible danger.


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