In Bryansk, Russia, they again complain about drones: there were explosions and a fire – Video – Ukrainian news, politics

On the evening of September 7, explosions were heard in Bryansk, Russia, and an administrative building caught fire. This was reported by the local public on social networks and later confirmed by the Governor of the Bryansk Region Alexander Bogomaz.

At around 9:20 p.m., Bryansk’s Telegram channels reported the explosion. A video later emerged showing the building partially catching fire.

Governor Bogomaz wrote that the drone allegedly attacked an industrial facility in Bryansk, which led to a fire in the administrative building. He stated that the drone was allegedly shot down by electronic warfare forces and the fire broke out due to the crash of the UAV.

According to the propaganda channel Telegram Mash, the target of the drone was the Silicon El plant, one of the largest microelectronics companies in Russia.

An hour later, Bogomaz wrote that “another attack was stopped by air defense forces” – allegedly an unmanned aircraft-type aircraft was shot down while approaching the Vygonichsky district.

  • The Russian border regions of Bryansk, Kursk and Belgorod regularly complain of explosions and “attacks” by supposedly Ukrainian drones and missiles.
  • Watch the video of the new RDC raid on the territory of the Russian Federation, in which one FSB officer was eliminated and about 10 others were injured.

Also read: The war should be moved to Russian territory. Interview with Budanov in a minute

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