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Ukrainian Armed Forces destroy Russian command center near Sevastopol, Crimea

Ukrainian Armed Forces destroy Russian command center near Sevastopol, Crimea The Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed Russian command center near Sevastopol (Photo:
Author: Daria Shekina

In several cities of the occupied Crimea today, on January 4, explosions were heard. Witnesses claimed about hits. Read the details about what happened in Crimea in the material by RBC-Ukraine.

During the preparation of the material, data from Telegram channels of the Air Force, Centre for Strategic Communications Ukraine of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and the occupation head of Sevastopol, Mykhailo Razvozhaev, were used.

Explosions in Sevastopol

According to the Armed Forces, today, on January 4, at around 15:00 near the occupied Sevastopol, a command center of Russian occupation forces was struck.

Reaction of the Air Force

As stated by the Air Force, the operation was carried out with the help of Ukrainian pilots. They were thanked for their work.

"Once again, thanks to the pilots of the Air Force and everyone involved in planning the operation for flawless combat work," Oleshchuk wrote.

He also hinted at expecting from enemy propaganda a similar epic report from Sevastopol and Yevpatoriia, which they spread during the recent massive attack on Ukraine.

At that time, Russia claimed to have allegedly hit one of the headquarters, where the deputy of the Commander-in-Chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi and nine other generals of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were present.

What did the occupiers claim?

The Russian occupation authorities claimed that their air defense system worked on enemy targets. However, there is damage in Sevastopol. At the same time, they do not acknowledge hitting a military object.

Razvozhaev claimed that one adult and a six-year-old child were supposedly affected by the shelling.

He claimed the alleged falling of shrapnel in different parts of the city.

Explosions in Crimea on January 4th

Around 15:40, an air alarm was declared in the temporarily occupied Crimea, specifically in Sevastopol. Prior to this, Russian terrorists blocked traffic on the Kerch Bridge.

For almost an hour, Russians complained of a massive rocket shelling, and explosions were heard in Sevastopol and Yevpatoriia.

According to local sources, one of the rockets presumably hit a military unit in Sevastopol.

For all the details about today's attack on Crimea, read the material by RBC-Ukraine.