An attack of explosive marches in Crimea … and the Russian Navy responds

It appears that Ukrainian forces, in turn, have begun to adopt the “suicide drone” method. Today, Saturday, the pro-Russian authorities in Crimea announced the withdrawal of all rallies that attacked the port of Sevastopol for hours.

“From 04:40 and for several hours, the various air defense systems of the city repelled the attacks with explosive drones,” the governor of the city, Mikhail Razvogaev, said on Telegram.

As the man in charge from Moscow explained, “the Russian navy shot down all marches in the Gulf of Sevastopol,” the headquarters of Moscow’s Black Sea fleet, according to the AFP.

The boats have stopped

Local officials said ferries and boats temporarily stopped crossing the Gulf of Sevastopol, the largest city in Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014.

Earlier this week, Razvogaev reported that a protester had attacked a thermal power plant near Sevastopol.

The Russian fleet stationed in that city’s port was also the target of an attack in march last July.

Interestingly, these attempts to target the peninsula come in one moment in which Ukrainian forces have been putting pressure on the Russians, launching a counterattack in the south and north-east of the country since last month.

The Russian army has already managed to make some progress in the last period in several cities in the south and east, which prompted Moscow to change tactics and plans, apparently targeting power plants and infrastructure in all Ukrainian countries.

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