War in Ukraine: Drone Strike in Sevastopol Bay, Russian Navy Responds

Russia said on Saturday it had foiled a drone attack in the Sevastopol Bay.

Russian naval forces have repelled a drone attack in Sevastopol Bay, where the Black Sea fleet is based off the Moscow-annexed coast of Crimea, the region’s governor, installed by the Russian regime, said on Saturday.

“Ships of the Black Sea Fleet repelled a drone attack in the waters of Sevastopol Bay”Mikhail Razvojayev said. “Nothing has been affected in the city, we are calm and the situation is under control”he added.

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Local authorities said that crossing the Sevastopol Bay by boat has been stopped. Sevastopol is the largest city in Crimea, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014. Incorporated into the Russian Empire in the 18th century, Crimea later remained part of Russia within the Soviet Union until 1954, when it was transferred to the Ukrainian Soviet Republic. Nikita Khrushchev.

Sevastopol is the largest city in Crimea.
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The site of the Russian naval headquarters has already been targeted by drone strikes since the start of the war.

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