The loud noises that the inhabitants of Sevastopol could hear on Friday morning are related to the work of the military and do not represent a source of concern. City Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
According to him, in the early morning of March 24, the army began to carry out preventive work in the Bay of Sevastopol. They were conducted in the interest of anti-submarine and sabotage support (PPDO), the governor said.
“Everything is calm in the city,” he added.
On Wednesday March 22, the Ukrainian side tried to attack Russian installations in Sevastopol with three surface drones. The attack was successfully repelled. Two of the three Ukrainian Armed Forces drones were destroyed by female soldiers of the Black Sea Fleet Marina Faleyeva and Tatiana Tseluiko.
The message Razvozhaev explained the loud noises in Sevastopol by the work of the military in the bay in the interests of the PPDO
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