Occupiers restored defense line against sea drones in Crimea destroyed by storm
Russian terrorists have restored the line of defense for marine drones in Sevastopol Bay in the temporarily occupied Crimea. Earlier, these barriers were damaged as a result of bad weather.
This was reported by OSINT analyst Brady Africk on his Twitter account. Satellite images show that after the bad weather that hit Crimea on November 27, the sea barriers were washed away by the waves.
These barriers were set up by Russian terrorists to protect their warships from attacks by Ukrainian naval drones.
As a reminder, Russian-occupied Crimea has been repeatedly hit by a powerful storm since November 26, which has been called the worst storm in the Black Sea in the last 100 years. The water also destroyed the defense line that protected the coast in Yevpatoriia from attacks. In particular, several barges near the bridge across the Kerch Strait were completely flooded there.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, a strong storm in the Black Sea also stranded the Belizean-flagged Blue Shark, a dry cargo ship carrying grain to Egypt. It happened near the Russian village of Vityazevo off the coast of Anapa.