Crimea: the headquarters of the Russian fleet in Sevastopol targeted by a drone attack


Ukraine has not given up the idea of recovering Crimea. A thick black smoke was spreading this Saturday morning in Sevastopol. It is a drone attack targeting the headquarters of the Russian fleet.

Russia's proclaimed governor Mikhail Razvozhaev posted a video on Telegram, in which he said "_there are no injuries, and the operational services were conducting the investigation."  He also called for calm, and assured that the city was under control.

This is the second time this headquarters on the shores of the Black Sea has been attacked in less than a month. On July 31, six people were injured when a drone loaded with explosives hit the premises.

In the conflict with Ukraine, Russia has already lost a very high number of tanks. According to Kyiv, 1,477 tanks and 3,588 armored vehicles have been destroyed. Some of them are currently on display in the city center of the Ukrainian capital, waiting to celebrate the 31st anniversary of the country's independence on August 24.

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