Russian Black Sea Fleet assaulted

As the governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, announced on his Telegram channel, a total of three drones that tried to enter the bay were destroyed and the warships were not destroyed.
"Our sailors shot at them with small arms. Air defense was also working," wrote the governor of Sevastopol, where the main base of the Black Sea Fleet is located.

The Black Sea and fears of a domino effect

The prospect of rising tensions in the Black Sea after Washington's claim that a Russian fighter jet downed a US surveillance drone near Crimea is naturally a cause of major concern. Most observers have so far focused on eastern Ukraine. However, not far from there, dark clouds are gathering from the Carpathians to the Caucasus and from the Sea of Azov to the Bosporus Strait.

It started? 40,000 soldiers and combat aviation deployed

Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the military-civilian administration of the Zaporizhzhia Oblast, told Sputnik that these are Soviet fighters and helicopters, which the countries of the former Warsaw Pact handed over to Ukraine, as well as a part that the Americans withdrew from Afghanistan.