Chief Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoly Matios denied information about the sabotage groups in Kalynivka Vinnytsia region, where military warehouses were burning. He stated this at a briefing broadcasted by 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"There is a something I would like to note - the sabotage groups that Facebook and others talks about was not established and there are no data on them after studying of the materials by the SBU and other law enforcement agencies on the territory of the region," Matios said.
Also Matios noted that the data on unmanned vehicles the investigation, which works, has not been established.
"The SBU's antiterrorist exercises were in fact supposed to take place in Mohyliov and they did not actually begin. There were no sabotage groups. We need to establish the reason why it happened: improper storage, provided by technical capabilities of 1987", the prosecutor's office noted.
As we reported earlier, one of the biggest ammunition depots in Ukraine is on fire since 10:00 p.m., September 26. Thousands of people from Kalynivka and other nearby villages had to get evacuated, many of them using their own transport. Volunteers were posting to social networks for the whole night offering help and providing new details on the explosions.