The Moscow-appointed governor of Sevastopol in Crimea, Mikhail Razvozhaev, announced an air alert in the city this evening, Reuters reported.
Traffic on the bridge connecting the Russian mainland with the Crimean peninsula has been temporarily suspended, the bridge operator announced.
On September 22, at least one Ukrainian missile hit the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Reuters recalls.
During the air alert, sea and land public transport stops moving, TASS reported.
The governor announced in “Telegram” that Russian air defense forces shot down a missile near Belbek airport.
“Our military reflects a missile attack. According to preliminary data, the air defense forces shot down one missile in the area of Belbek airport. The work continues,” he wrote.