Video 21:07 22 Oct 2023

Powerful explosions rock occupied Sevastopol

The occupied Ukrainian city of Sevastopol was rocked by explosions on Sunday evening, October 22.

Local Telegram channel "Krymskiy Veter" reported that "there were explosions, launches, and something caught fire in the area of Kozacha Bay." 

A column of smoke was visible at the scene, and soon after, an air alert was announced in Sevastopol.

Pro-Kremlin local telegram channels also report a missile attack on Sevastopol.

Situation in occupied Sevastopol

In recent months, explosions have been occurring more and more often in Sevastopol and other Crimean cities.

On October 20, the Russian occupiers announced an air alert in Sevastopol. After that, explosions rang out in the city.

On the evening of October 18, an air raid warning was announced in Sevastopol after the explosions that rang out in the area of Sakharna Holovka village.

Later, it turned out that at least four warehouses with Russian missile weapons were near the town.

Russian mass media reported that ammo depots were attacked in Crimea. The missile likely hit the territory of the Russian Black Sea Fleet warehouses.

It was also reported that Russia deployed four MiG-31 fighter jets at the Belbek airfield in Sevastopol, as recorded by satellite images.

Russian President Putin hinted that planes with Kinzhal missiles will patrol the Black Sea.

In turn, the Air Force stated that nothing would fundamentally change for the Ukrainian forces despite new threats by the president of the aggressor country.

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