After the incident, the occupying authorities confirmed that the movement of sea passenger transport in Sevastopol was suspended.
On the evening of November 22, three powerful explosions sounded in Sevastopol, Balaklava and Evpatoria, occupied by the RF Armed Forces. Information about the incidents appeared in one of the Russian Telegram channels.
In addition, Crimean publics report an air raid alert in Crimea. One of the Telegram channels of Sevastopol informs that the walls of apartment buildings trembled from the explosion that thundered in the city center.
As of now, the movement of sea passenger transport in Sevastopol has been suspended, the city occupation government reported.
In addition, explosions were heard in Balaklava. Local residents claim that air defense worked on Sapun Mountain.
In addition, local residents publicly shared their concern about loud sounds resembling explosions in the area of the Berman beam in the Balaklava and Gagarinsky districts of Sevastopol in the southern part of the Heracles Peninsula.
Explosions also worried the townspeople who live in the Ostryaki microdistrict (prospect area in the Leninsky district of Sevastopol on the Kulikovo field, between Oleg Koshevoy street and Nikolai Muzyka street, – ed.).
Explosions in Crimea: what the occupying authorities say
The occupying head of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, in his Telegram-kaal stated that at about 18:26 the duty air defense forces of the Russian Armed Forces began their work.
“There is an attack by drones. According to preliminary information, two UAVs have already been shot down. No civilian objects have been damaged,” Razvozhaev wrote.
However, for some reason he wrote only about two explosions. While eyewitnesses reported three.
What Ukraine says about the explosions in Sevastopol
Note that the Ukrainian side has not yet officially responded to the explosions in Crimea. Except for the messages in the Telegram channel of Anton Gerashchenko.
“In Crimea, exercises are being held on smoking in the wrong place,” an adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine commented on the situation.
Let’s remind, inhabitants of the north of the Crimea were frightened by loud explosions. Then they tried to reassure people with the version about the work of sappers.
In addition, in early October, a powerful explosion thundered in the center of Sevastopol. It happened next to the Moskovsky shopping center. Eyewitnesses saw windows blown out in the former House of Life, and the Russian governor of the city speaks of “cotton”.