An enemy mine detonated in Odesa near the coast

An enemy mine detonated in Odesa near the coast

On Friday, September 2, a Russian sea mine detonated near the coast of Odesa.

This was announced by the spokesman of Odesa OVA Serhiy Bratchuk in Telegram.

«The enemy sea mine, which was torn from the anchor during a storm, detonated in the water near the Odesa coast“, he noted.

Bratchuk reminded that it is still forbidden to swim in the sea, visit beaches and the coast in Odesa.

Earlier it was reported that vacationers were detonated with an explosive device on the beach in Zatoka, Odesa region.

We also wrote that we decided not to open beaches in Odessa. The war is still going on, and gathering people anywhere is potentially very dangerous.

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