Pro-Russian propagandist shows the moment of the attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol. Video
The moment of arrival at the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Sevastopol was caught on video. It was filmed by Johnny Miller, a pro-Russian propagandist from Iran.
At the time of the attack, he was near the Monument to the Sunken Ships. In the published footage, a series of powerful explosions and the whistle of rockets can be heard in Sevastopol (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).
At this time, people continued to rest on the beach in the center of Sevastopol, which surprised the propagandist.
"It's a strange scene: people just swimming there, people with children just enjoying the beautiful harbor, and we have missiles above us," Miller says in the video.
The propagandist calls himself a "British journalist," apparently based on the fact that he holds a British passport. In fact, Miller is from Iran and works for the Iranian English-language channel Press-TV.
In his "reports" he promotes the ideas of the "Russian world" and justifies Russian aggression against Ukraine.
Recently, Miller has been mostly living in Moscow, and from Russia he has been illegally entering the occupied territories of Ukraine and filming propaganda materials there.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- In the afternoon, powerful explosions were heard in the occupied Sevastopol. Black smoke rose over the city, the occupation authorities announced a strike on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, and the aggressor country's Defense Ministry reported one dead soldier. "Head of Crimea" Aksyonov claims that cruise missiles were allegedly shot down over the peninsula.
- Ukrainian Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk thanked the Ukrainian pilots and expressed hope that Russian air defense "will not fail" next time. Stratcom also confirmed the strike on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
- The attack was not the first of the day. At about 10 a.m., explosions were heard in Sevastopol and Feodosia, and Russian troops used a smoke screen over the Sevastopol Bay and blocked the Crimean bridge. Shoigu claimed that a "Ukrainian missile" and two drones had been destroyed.
- At about six in the morning, the Russian Defense Ministry complained about an "attempted UAV attack" near Crimea and Tuapse, Krasnodar Territory. The air defense system then allegedly shot down two drones.