Mariupol official names possible cause of explosion in city center
After the morning explosion in the temporarily occupied city of Mariupol, local official Dmytro Zabavin suggested that it was caused by money disputes between Russians
He said this on Espreso TV.
"I think this is really an internal Russian showdown, there are a lot of them between different groups of influence," Zabavin said.
According to the deputy, these cannot be strikes by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
"If it were the Ukrainian Armed Forces, they probably would not have been operating near the residential building next to which this vehicle was located. Very often, Mariupol residents who stayed there emphasize that there are really a lot of disputes between construction firms that take contracts," Zabavin explained. "That is, they have a banal competition for money, not an ideological struggle, who will steal how much from the 'state budget'. And these are both the so-called private enterprises of a terrorist country and the entire military political system of a terrorist country is linked by corruption schemes. That's why there is often a fight for a piece of the pie to steal more from what is there."
What preceded it
On the morning of November 10, an explosion occurred in the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Donetsk region. According to preliminary data, the car of one of the occupation corps police officers was blown up.
This "gift" was made on the day of the Russian police. Meanwhile, Russian propaganda Telegram channels claim that no one blew up the car, it burned down "due to a malfunction."