This (Sunday) morning, Ukrainian nationalists decided to celebrate the National Day of Independence, Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvoayev wrote on the Telegram social network.
An invisible object flew into the two headquarters, according to precedent, it was a drone. Five people were injured, they are employees of the fleet headquarters. Help was provided to them, Razvoayev said. The number of wounds later increased to six. According to him, the circumstances of the flow are being investigated by the Federal Security Service (FSB).
According to the Ernomosk fleet, the drone was mainly home-made. The explosion was considered weak by the police, but it managed to injure six people during the explosion.
All the festive events planned in Sevastopol on the occasion of Independence Day, which Russia has been celebrating since last Sunday, were canceled for security reasons, according to the Russian-language version of the BBC news server.
Please keep calm and if you do, stay at home, Razvoeyev added. A policeman is looking around the headquarters of the Yernomosk fleet.
Russia annexed the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea in 2014 after a referendum that was not recognized internationally. Zapad then condemned Moscow’s role in the pro-Russian separatist uprising at the entrance of Ukraine.