Authorities announced that traffic was stopped in Sevastopol Bay 07:27

On the morning of March 28, the movement of boats and ferries in the Sevastopol Bay was stopped. This was reported in the GKU “Directorate for the development of road transport infrastructure of the city of Sevastopol”, reports DEA News.

“Dear passengers. Sea passenger transport is not moving,” said the ministry.

They noted that the buses will be used to transport people between different parts of the city.

The directorate did not specify why the traffic in the bay was stopped. On the eve of the city, authorities warned of the possible closure of the raid due to bad weather.

On March 27, loud noises were reported in central Sevastopol. Later city governor Mikhail Razvozhaev saidthat they are linked to the military’s preventive work in the interests of anti-submarine and sabotage support (ADSA).

Source: Gazeta


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