Russia officially warns of “danger” of another Ukrainian attack on Crimea

A day after the Ukrainian attack on the annexed Crimean peninsula, Russia is now warning of the “danger” of another attack.

According to the report, Russian authorities are now warning of renewed missile fire a day after the Ukrainian attack on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet on the annexed Crimean peninsula. “Attention! Danger of missiles!” writes the Moscow-appointed governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvoshev via the Telegram messaging service.

Further, he instructs the population to close the windows and not to stay near them. Besides that, cars and public transport should be abandoned and people should go to a safe place. A little while later, Razvoshev declares that the “danger is over.” Parts of a missile had fallen “outside the city,” the governor had reported.

Ukraine makes progress

Ukraine continues its attacks on Crimea in general. The strikes on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet were serious: massive damage could be seen, and the building had also partially collapsed. It is a great loss for Moscow, especially in terms of prestige.

Image:, Vladimir Putin (2022-09-05), CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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