Nine drones attacked temporarily occupied Ukrainian Crimea, and six were allegedly shot down during the night and morning on 15 June. Several houses on the peninsula were damaged – according to Crimea’s so-called “chairman,” Sergey Aksyonov.

Puzzled Russians on the peninsula wondered how this was possible after Putin’s claim that the Kremlin had destroyed the Ukrainian military-industrial complex.

"Nine UAVs were detected over the territory of the Republic of Crimea overnight and morning: Six UAVs were shot down by air defense forces, three were jammed and landed by REB means. One drone detonated in the Krasnogvardeysky district, Dokuchaievo village. There were no casualties; windows in a number of houses were broken," he reported on his Telegram channel.


Crimean residents react with panic-stricken gifs and logically wonder about the inconsistency between the number of drones in the message of the so-called Crimean governor and Kremlin puppet Aksyonov.

“It should be ten drones, then.”

The others are wondering why Ukraine was still attacking when Putin informed them that Russia destroyed the Ukrainian military-industrial complex, so it couldn’t be Ukrainian drones.

"It already happened when Russia shot down its own drone? Again, they are shelling themselves and shooting down their own drones. Putin says Ukraine's military-industrial complex is destroyed. It can't be Ukrainian drones."

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Someone blamed Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky for what was happening and claimed the intentions of Russia are peaceful.

“Somehow, the situation is unfolding strangely. Russia seems to have repeatedly called for peace and continues to do everything possible to reduce the conflict, but Zelensky seems not to give a f**k about peace and his country as he says that Ukraine will take Crimea back soon.”

On 11 June, Aksyonov complained about the mining of railway tracks in Kirovsky district of Crimea. This part of the railway was used by the Russian occupants to ferry military equipment.

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