Putin in Crimea on the anniversary of the annexation. Powerful explosion in Sebastianopoli

    Putin in Crimea on the anniversary of the annexation.  Powerful explosion in Sebastianopoli

    Russian president Russian President Vladimir Putin Crimea arrived to celebrate the ninth anniversary of the annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula, which took place in 2014, according to the news agency RIA Novosti. The Telegram Vesti channel published pictures of the visit.

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    a Meanwhile, a powerful explosion rocked Sevastopol this morning. According to the Ukrinform website, “It was strong today in Sevastopol. There is panic among the population.” Other local Telegram channels reported explosions in different neighborhoods of the city. Ukrinform also reported an explosion in Perevalne, a village in the Simferopol region of Crimea, where a coastal defense brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet is deployed.

    Meanwhile, A.J An air raid alert was announced in Kiev and within minutes spread to all of Ukraine due to fears of new Russian attacks. This was announced by the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation by publishing a map of potential risks.

    the Meanwhile, the United States has resumed flights over the Black Sea After what happened on Tuesday, that is, after an American MQ-9 drone crashed in international waters after it collided with a Russian Su-27 fighter (video). FlightRadar24 reported that an American reconnaissance drone, an RG-4 Global Hawk, entered the skies over the Black Sea from Romania and was stationed in international airspace southeast of Crimea and west of the Russian port city of Sochi. The Pentagon has repeatedly stated that the downing of the MQ-9 would not prevent further overflights in the Black Sea.

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