Plumes of black smoke were seen on Tuesday at a Russian military airbase near the settlement of Gvardeyskoye in the center of Russian-controlled Crimea, Russia’s Kommersant newspaper reported.
Earlier on Tuesday, Russia’s defense ministry separately blamed a series of explosions around Dzhankoi in northern Crimea on “sabotage,” state-owned news agency RIA reported.
Ukraine has neither confirmed nor denied its involvement in a recent series of blasts in Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014.
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