Explosions Rock Sevastopol again as Russia Shoots Down Another Ukrainian Drone Over Black Sea

Ukraine War

On January 2, the Russian-occupied city of Sevastopol, located on the Black Sea, was reportedly attacked by Ukraine. The Russian-installed Governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, stated that “another drone was downed by air defenses above the sea” and that their military continued to repel the attacks. Local Russian Telegram channels reported that at least three explosions were heard and sirens from service vehicles could be heard in the city. Sevastopol, which is the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet and has previously launched strikes on Ukraine, has been the frequent target of long-range drone attacks. In December, Russia activated its air defenses in the region twice and encouraged residents to remain calm.

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