Crimean occupation authorities warn of “drone attack” in Sevastopol

29 October 2022, 11:05 AM
A “drone attack” in the bay of the occupied Crimean port city of Sevastopol has been allegedly repelled by Russian naval vessels (Photo:Screenshot Sternenko via Telegram)

A “drone attack” in the bay of the occupied Crimean port city of Sevastopol has been allegedly repelled by Russian naval vessels (Photo:Screenshot Sternenko via Telegram)

A “drone attack” in the bay of the occupied Crimean port city of Sevastopol has been allegedly repelled by Russian naval vessels, the head of the Crimean occupation authority, Mikhail Razvozhayev, claimed on Oct. 29.

According to Russian state-owned propagandist network TASS, no objects in the city were hit and the situation is under control, the occupation authorities said. Ferries and boats have been grounded, while movement been city districts has been restricted to buses, the occupiers added.

Explosions and fires at military facilities captured by Russian forces have been regularly reported in the occupied Crimea since the beginning of August. In some places, this led to serious losses among the Russian troops.

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According to Ukrainian intelligence, after a series of explosions in Crimea, Russia withdrew part of its ships and aircraft from the occupied peninsula.

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