Russia claims to have attacked large number of air targets in occupied Crimea
On Wednesday, November 1, the so-called 'authorities' of the temporarily occupied Sevastopol announced the attack of a large number of air targets across the territory of Crimea
The so-called governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, reported this.
Razvozhayev called on people to stay in shelters and remain calm, saying that "the military is working to destroy a large number of different air targets" throughout the temporarily occupied Crimea.
On November 1, the air raid alert was announced twice in occupied Sevastopol: from 5:47 to 6:20 a.m. and from 9:50 to 11:56 a.m.. On both occasions, Razvozhayev reported smoke in the Sevastopol Bay area, allegedly caused by camouflage equipment.
"If you see smoke in the area of Sevastopol Bay, it is the military using camouflage devices," the so-called governor wrote.
On October 24, a powerful explosion occurred in Sevastopol, and the occupation authorities claimed that they had allegedly neutralized a Ukrainian UAV with electronic warfare.