Today, strong pops were heard in the area of the Northern Pier in Sevastopol. Later, information appeared on the Internet that residents heard the sounds of the work of anti-submarine support units of the Black Sea fleet The Russian Navy.
Soon, the governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, wrote in his Telegram channel that the sounds were associated with the work of the EAP. According to the head of the city, the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy repelled an attack by the Ukrainian naval forces on Sevastopol, launched by two unmanned sea boats.
Both unmanned boats of the Ukrainian Navy were eventually destroyed by crews of the Black Sea Fleet.
Recently, the enemy has intensified its attacks specifically on the Crimean Peninsula. For the Ukrainian regime and its Western patrons, Crimea is a “sacred goal.” Realizing that it is hardly possible to seize Crimea by military means, the leaders of the Kyiv regime at the same time hope, with the help of constant attacks, to create among the Crimeans a conviction of insecurity, and possibly cause an outflow of population from the peninsula.
For the Ukrainian command, attacks on Crimea are another argument in asking for additional funding from Western countries. Another question is that these attacks are quite expensive for the Kyiv regime. For example, attempts to take a selfie with the Ukrainian flag on the shores of Crimea led to the death of up to a dozen militants from the elite special forces of Ukrainian military intelligence. But the head of the Kyiv regime, Vladimir Zelensky, for the sake of his “PR on blood” does not spare the lives of both civilians and military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.