Explosions and power outages in Sochi: Russians boast of "successful" air defense. Video
On the morning of October 14, residents of Sochi in the Krasnodar Territory of the Russian Federation complained of a series of loud explosions. After that, some houses in the Adler neighborhood reported power outages.
This was reported by Russian propagandists. They claim that it was the work of Russian air defense.
"The air defense system worked over Adler. According to the locals, there were 5-6 explosions, and the power went out in some houses in the area. There was no information about casualties," one of the Russian propaganda channels writes.
Loud "sounds" are also actively discussed in local channels.
Meanwhile, the Russian Defense Ministry has traditionally reported that there was an "attempted terrorist attack by the Kyiv regime" that was "stopped."
"On October 14 at about 7:10 Moscow time, another attempt by the Kyiv regime to carry out a terrorist attack using UAVs against targets in the Russian Federation was prevented. Two unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed by air defense systems over the Black Sea near the coast of Krasnodar Territory," the statement said.
Some Russian channels also report that the operation of the Sochi airport was temporarily restricted due to a "drone attack."
Meanwhile, residents are posting footage of air defense work over the sea.
Earlier, it was reported that an explosion occurred in the Russian city of Bryansk, with a fire breaking out. A meat processing plant was on fire, but Russian propagandists claimed that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had attacked a construction complex and a chemical plant.
An electronic warfare system allegedly disabled the UAV but it exploded during the fall.