Air raid alarms sounded, the plane itself was heading away from the country's borders, and the Russian military is already doubting the Kremlin's version, notes Sergei Bratchuk.
Before you begin to draw any conclusions with the crash of the IL-76 plane over the Belgorod region, you must wait for official statements from Ukraine and not believe any information from the occupiers. About this in an interview Focus said the representative of the Ukrainian volunteer army “South” Sergei Bratchuk.
The expert has questions regarding the preliminary moments since the plane crashed. For example, an air raid warning sounded in the Belgorod region, and about an hour later it became known that the military transport plane had crashed. Also, in the photo from the scene of events, only the wreckage of the plane is visible, but there are not a large number of remains of bodies, no matter how cynical it may sound, notes Sergei Bratchuk.
“It should be noted that even Russian so-called military correspondents also doubt the propaganda narratives regarding the fall of the IL-76,” the military man emphasizes, “Because there is a big question regarding the route of the plane, because it was flying from the border of the country and there is information that this board I recently took a flight to Egypt.”
As for the situation near Krynki, according to Sergei Bratchuk, on the eve of the Ukrainian Armed Forces they repulsed at least seven enemy attacks there. The Russian Army is constantly reformatting its units, collecting the remnants of “meat” groups and again sending them into attacks. The enemy began to use heavy equipment less often, because it is easily hit by Ukrainian units.
“The drones of the Armed Forces of Ukraine work especially well and they even frighten the “chief cosmonaut of the Russian Federation” Rogozin, who complains about their chatter around the clock,” says the expert. “Our guys are so successful in using UAVs that entire cemeteries of Russian armored vehicles have even appeared in some areas.”
Previously Focus reported that the Russian IL-76 was flying to Syria on the day of the downing. At the same time, the Russian plane headed to the Russian Federation through the airspace of Saudi Arabia and Iran.