The occupying “authorities” of the city say that “everything is calm” in Sevastopol and this is allegedly an “air defense training”.
Loud explosions could be heard in temporarily occupied Sevastopol on Tuesday, March 28. The so-called “authorities” of the captured Ukrainian city quickly assured local residents that it was an “air defense training”. This was reported by the Radio Liberty project called Crimea Realii.
“It is strong again in the center of Sevastopol,” the report said.
The explosions in the city were commented by the quasi-governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev.
“The loud noise in the center today is an air defense exercise. All is calm in the city,” said the Gauleiter.
It should be noted that on March 20, at least eight explosions thundered near the Crimean city of Dzhankoy.
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense reported that Russian Caliber cruise missiles were destroyed in Crimea during their transportation by rail.
Later, Russian media reported that the railway station in Dzhankoy was badly damaged.
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