A Russian ship is smoking in Sevastopol Bay: main versions are named. Photos and video
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, the Russian Black Sea Fleet has encountered a new "trouble". A small anti-submarine ship was spotted smoking in the Sevastopol Bay.
Presumably, the cause of the smoke could be either a fire or a smoke installation test. This was reported by Krymskiy Vetr.
"A small anti-submarine ship is smoking in the Sevastopol Bay. It doesn't look like an engine start. Probably, a fire or a smoke installation test," the report says.
Earlier, it was reported that a Russian S-300 air defense system was damaged in a missile attack at dawn on October 30. A diesel generator was also destroyed.
At the same time, according to preliminary data, the occupiers managed to avoid losses in manpower during the arrival.