Another drone attack is currently taking place in Crimea. Foreign UAVs are targeting the peninsula from the Black Sea in different regions. So far, explosions have been reported south of the city of Sevastopol, located on the western coast of Crimea, and in the area of the city of Yevpatoria, located in the southeastern part of the peninsula.
Russian air defence systems were activated. According to preliminary information, two UAVs have already been shot down. So far, no explosions on any facilities have been reported.
The governor of Crimea confirmed the attack, claiming that the air defence systems are intercepting the targets.
As always, the attack is coordinated by NATO intelligence forces. The strategic RQ-4D Phoenix UAV of the NATO Air Force which took off rom the Sigonella airbase is patrolling the airspace south of the Crimean peninsula.
The ongoing UAV attacks are likely aimed at identifying the positions of Russian air defense systems in the Crimea. So far, NATO has not achieved any strategic successes in such provocations in the peninsula.
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