Kursk region – Rylsk was attacked by drones twice – UNIAN

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The governor reports that the administration building was damaged.

Explosion in Rylsk / Screenshot

At night, the city of Rylsk in the Kursk region was attacked by unmanned aerial vehicles, and local residents heard explosions.

The corresponding videos appeared in Russian Telegram channels. The governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoyt, also confirmed the drone attack. At 11 p.m., he said a Ukrainian drone dropped an explosive device on Lenin Street.

“Fortunatly nobody was hurt. The facades of two buildings on Lenin Street were damaged and several windows were broken. Law enforcement representatives are responding to the scene,” Starovoit wrote.

Already at 00:05, information about a new attack appeared on the network. “In Rylsk there were repeated attacks by a Ukrainian drone on Lenin Street. The roof of the administration building was damaged and glass in several windows was broken. There were no injuries,” the governor said.

War in the Kursk region

As you know, after the Russian Federation began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, fires and explosions occurred in the Kursk region.

At the beginning of September, an unmanned aerial vehicle hit the Federal Security Service building in the city of Kurchatov.

According to the Center for National Resistance of Ukraine, regional governor Starovoit spent 10 billion rubles on fake defense installations on the border with Ukraine.

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