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KOLTUBANOVSKY TOWNSHIP, June 12 (Itar-Tass) —— Grad rockets were not affected by the accident at the depot in the Orenburg region, Yaroslav Roshchupkin, Assistant to the Commander of the Central Military District, told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
“The rockets are in an underground concrete storage, and we have information they were not affected by the fire and explosions”, he said following the terrain reconnaissance.
Earlier he reported about over 12,000 tonnes of 122 and 152 millimetres shell. “The bulk of munitions have remained intact," Roshchupkin said.