A border checkpoint in Russia’s Kursk Region has been targeted, Roman Starovoyt says
A border checkpoint in Russia’s Kursk Region was attacked by Ukraine on Wednesday morning, governor Roman Starovoyt said.
Starovoyt stated on Telegram that the Krupets crossing had been targeted around 7.30 a.m. local time.
“There were no casualties or destruction”According to the governor, this incident led to the termination of his term.
He said that Russian border guards returned fire stopped the attack.
Ukraine attacked Zaymishche village in Bryansk Region on Tuesday. It left six wounded people and damaged 50 homes.
Kiev’s forces have carried out numerous attacks on settlements and border checkpoints in Russia’s southwestern regions of Belgorod and Bryansk since Moscow launched its military operation in Ukraine in late February.
Strikes against residential and infrastructure have caused destruction and many injuries and killed civilians. In the areas affected, there was a rise in terrorist threats.
Moscow warned previously that Ukraine would be hit. “decision-making centers, including Kiev” if attacks inside Russia don’t stop.
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