“The day before, Father Sergius wrote that the wooden frame was completely burned and that the image of the saint written on the tree survived and was not touched by the fire after the attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces,” Razvozhaev said, emphasizing that this is a miracle.
According to him, on the Ushakov icon on the scroll there is an inscription: “Do not despair! These terrible storms will become the glory of Russia.”
The governor recalled that Ushakov did not lose a single battle. Centuries later, the invincible admiral continues to defend Sevastopol and gives confidence in a new victory, Razvozhaev noted.
On September 22, the Ukrainian Armed Forces launched a missile attack on Sevastopol. Seven cruise missiles were shot down by air defense systems, but two hit the naval headquarters building. There was a fire that was extinguished the day before.
After the missile attack on the city, Sevastopol residents spontaneously organized a flash mob singing the song “The legendary Sevastopol, impregnable to enemies,” which is the anthem of the city of sailors. The inhabitants’ initiative was supported by local television channels and the song is performed throughout the city.