The Russian army thwarts a new Ukrainian attack by drones on Crimea
The governor of Sevastopol city in Crimea said on Thursday, that several Ukrainian drones tried to attack the city, but the attack was repelled.
Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev wrote on Telegram, “This morning, our army repelled another attack by drones on Sevastopol”.
He added that at least two drones were shot down by small arms from the Black Sea Fleet, while other drones were neutralized and brought down with electronic equipment, and the army hasn’t yet issued a statement in this regard.
“No facility in the city was damaged,” Razvozhiev said, adding that all security agencies were “monitoring the situation”.
On Thursday, the Federal Security Service (FSB) announced the arrest of Ukrainian saboteurs for planning to target Russian nuclear stations.
In a statement, “A sabotage group from the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence Service… tried to blow up about thirty electric transmission lines to the Leningrad and Kalinin nuclear stations” in early May with the aim of “stopping the nuclear reactors,” stressing the arrest of two Ukrainians in connection with that.
In the same context, two people were injured as a result of Russian bombing of five areas in the Ukrainian province of Sumy on Wednesday night.