Explosions occurred in occupied Sevastopol
On November 16, the temporarily occupied Crimea reported an attack by "Ukrainian" drones, which were allegedly successfully targeted by Russian air defense. However, explosions were heard on the peninsula again later.
In particular, it was loud in Sevastopol, according to Crimean publics. Some said they saw a missile fly over there.
Thus, supporters of the occupiers reported explosions in the city around seven in the morning on Thursday. In local chats, they wrote about it briefly: "Loud".
It was also noted that in the central part of Sevastopol, the sounds were similar to "launches from reactive bombers".
The Crimean Wind Telegram channel quoted subscribers as saying that a missile flew over occupied Sevastopol at the same time and an explosion was also heard.
However, the Russian Defense Ministry had issued a response even before these events, claiming that air defense intercepted three UAVs over the Black Sea near the peninsula's coast at night.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Russian occupiers began moving ships to Tuapse in the Russian Federation. This happened after a successful attack by the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine on the Black Sea Fleet vessels in Crimea.