Sevastopol governor: 2 drones downed over Black Sea

Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev has reported that 2 drones were intercepted and shot down over the Black Sea late on 2 January.

“The air-defence system is working in Sevastopol. According to preliminary reports, a drone has been downed over the sea. All services operate as normal,” he wrote on his Telegram channel.

The governor later added that the air-defence systems had intercepted another drone over the Black sea. “Our military continue to repel the attack,” he said. Razvozhaev did not clarify whether anyone had been injured.

On 2 January, authorities of Russia’s Voronezh reported that a drone launched from Ukraine had been downed as it was approaching the city. No one was injured, no damages were inflicted on the ground according to the regional government. Head of Russia’s Bryansk region Alexander Bogomaz also said that a drone had attacked the Klimovsk district of the region early on 2 January, no one had been injured.

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