A rocket was shot down near the Belbek airfield in Sevastopol
"Our military repels a missile attack. According to preliminary data, the air defense forces shot down one missile near the Belbek airfield. The work continues," he said.
Shortly before that, an air alert was announced in Sevastopol, during which sea and land public transport stopped moving in the city. Soon Razvozhaev announced the cancellation of the alarm.
In addition, the traffic on the Crimean Bridge was blocked for almost an hour, now it is open.
Recently, the APU attacks on Sevastopol have become more frequent. Last Friday, Kiev launched a missile strike on the city, Russian air defense shot down five missiles. The historical building of the Black Sea Fleet headquarters was damaged, one serviceman was missing. The part of the downed rocket that fell in the center of the city was taken out with precautionary measures and destroyed at the landfill.
Later, the commander of the AFU Air Forces, Nikolai Oleshchuk, actually admitted that Ukraine had struck Sevastopol. In his Telegram channel, he wrote that he "thanks the pilots."
According to the British media, Storm Shadow missiles transferred by the kingdom were used for the attack. London declined to comment on these reports.