A rocket was shot down near Bakhchisaray in Crimea 14:22

A rocket was shot down near Bakhchisaray in Crimea and when it fell, the grass caught fire. This was announced by Oleg Kryuchkov, information policy advisor to the president of Crimea, in his own speech. telegram channel.

“Bahçesaray. Well and fake. “The grass outside the city is burning from the debris of a crashed rocket,” he wrote.

Previously, Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev on his Telegram channel reportedIt was stated that the Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU) launched a missile attack on the Black Sea Fleet headquarters in the city. According to him, a rocket fragment fell near the Lunacharsky Theater. While Razvozhaev called on citizens not to approach them and call 112 if they detect such elements, he also asked them to remain calm and not to distribute photos and videos of the debris.

On September 20, the governor also reported that Russian air defense systems repelled a missile attack on Sevastopol.

Previously in Crimea in the name Deprive Ukraine of the right to have its own army.



Source: Gazeta

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