The governor of the annexed Sevastopol announced the reflection of the attack of drones

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In Sevastopol on the evening of November 22, an attack by five drones was repelled, said the governor of the annexed city, Mikhail Razvozhaev.

According to the official, two drones launched by the Ukrainian military were shot down by air defense systems while approaching the Balaklava TPP. Three more drones were shot down over the water area by the forces of the Black Sea Fleet.

“Emergency services do not record any fires and damage to civilian infrastructure, and there are no casualties either. Now the city is quiet. But all the forces and services are on alert,” Razvozhaev wrote in a telegram.

Earlier it was reported that in Sevastopol, due to the attack of drones, the movement of maritime passenger transport was suspended for some time.

During the war, it is impossible to promptly check the information that even official representatives of the parties to the conflict disseminate.

On October 29, Sevastopol was attacked by drones, which Mikhail Razvozhaev called the largest since the beginning of the war. According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, 16 drones participated in the attack, seven of them were shot down. As a result, “insignificant damage” was received by the sea minesweeper “Ivan Golubets” and the bonnet barrier in Yuzhnaya Bay. According to the department, the preparation of the attack was carried out under the guidance of specialists from the British Navy, located in the city of Ochakov, Mykolaiv region.

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