Gunfire and explosions in Sevastopol: Russians claim attack of 3 Ukrainian Navy unmanned boats
On the night of October 24, explosions and shooting were heard in Sevastopol, and the Russian-installed officials claimed an alleged attack on three Ukrainian unmanned boats
The Russian Defense Ministry reported that it had allegedly spotted three unmanned boats of the Ukrainian Navy in the northern part of the Black Sea.
"The area where the unmanned boats were detected was hit with anti-sabotage missile and bomb systems. A set of mine countermeasures and anti-sabotage activities are being carried out on the outer roads of Sevastopol Bay," the statement reads.
Natalia Humeniuk, spokesperson for the Southern Defense Forces, also commented on the situation. She said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces are trying to destroy the potential of the Russian army as much as possible and that fighting is also taking place on the territory of annexed Crimea, Krym.Realii informs.
"They feel more in Ukraine, realizing that we are fighting for our territories, and that Crimea is Ukraine, and there are hostilities there. Even when it seems to them that it is quite calm there, and their air defense is working. In fact, the situation on the Ukrainian side is coordinated in such a way that our task at this stage is to destroy Russia's potential as much as possible - everything that they can still use," emphasized Humeniuk.
Earlier, the Crimean Wind Telegram channel reported loud explosions at 3:35 a.m. and 3:40 a.m. in Sevastopol.
At the same time, the sounds of shooting were heard.
"Allegedly, Russian air defense in Sevastopol is trying to shoot down a drone," the source added.
The so-called "governor" of Sevastopol Mikhail Rozvozhayev also commented on the attack on the peninsula:
"Loud noises are on the outer raid - the Black Sea Fleet is repelling a possible attack by Russian submarine sabotage forces and means."