Cause of explosions in Sevastopol may be an unsuccessful launch of air defense missiles – OK “South”

The head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Southern Security and Defense Forces noted that there was no official confirmation of the information about the destruction of three Caliber missile launchers in the Sevastopol Bay.

Now there is no confirmation of the destruction of three ships of the Russian Federation / photo from UNIAN
Now there is no confirmation of the destruction of three ships of the Russian Federation / photo from UNIAN

The operational command “South” admitted that the cause of the explosions in Sevastopol could be an unsuccessful launch of air defense missiles.

This was announced by the head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Security and Defense Forces of the South Natalya Gumenyuk on the air of the information telethon.

According to her, there is no official confirmation of the information about the destruction of three Caliber missile launchers in the Sevastopol Bay.

“The unsuccessful launch of air defense missiles may well be such a reason, and we will receive official information later,” Gumenyuk said.

Explosions in Sevastopol

Russia occupied the Crimean peninsula in 2014 and turned it into a military base.

On October 29, Deputy Interior Minister Anton Gerashchenko wrote in his Telegram that four warships of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation allegedly exploded in the Sevastopol Bay, including a frigate and a landing ship.

Subsequently, the Russian Defense Ministry confirmed that on Saturday at 4:20 am  the ships of the Black Sea Fleet  were attacked at their bases in Sevastopol, but emphasized that only one ship was slightly damaged.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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