In Russia, they announced a “strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine” at the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol

Marta Gichko 08:16, 07/31/22 UNIAN

There are allegedly wounded as a result of the attack. People are asked to stay at home as much as possible.

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Russia accused Ukraine of attacking the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet / BaykarTech

On the morning of July 31, Russia announced an “attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine” on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet, located in the annexed Sevastopol (Crimea). Five people were injured in the impact.

Propaganda TASS writes about this with reference to representatives of the local “authority”.

According to the occupiers, early Sunday morning “an unknown object flew into the courtyard of the fleet headquarters” – probably a drone. There were allegedly no fatalities, but five workers were injured.

The invaders were frightened by the “attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine” and postponed the celebration of the Russian Navy Day. “All festive events have been canceled for security reasons. Please remain calm and stay at home as much as possible,” said “Governor” Mikhail Razvozhaev on Telegram .

As UNIAN reported earlier, Russia canceled a military parade in Sevastopol on the Day of the Navy on July 31. In addition, the meeting of sailors in the House of Officers, as well as a reception with the commander of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation, was canceled. 

https://www.unian.net/war/v-rossii-zayavili-ob-udare-vsu-po-shtabu-chernomorskogo-flota-v-sevastopole-novosti-vtorzheniya-rossii-na-ukrainu-11923458.html

6 comments

  1. “The invaders were frightened by the “attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine” and postponed the celebration of the Russian Navy Day.”

    BS. This parade was cancelled over two weeks ago.

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