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Head of Russia’s Kursk region claims Ukraine’s Armed Forces used drone to drop explosive device on Glushkovsky district substation

Ukraine’s Armed Forces have dropped a homemade explosive device via a drone on the substation of the Glushkovsky district Regional Electric Networks, governor of the Kursk region of Russia Roman Starovoyt says in a Telegram post.

According to him, equipment was damaged in the attack, and several houses were left without electricity.

“Today, Ukraine’s Armed Forces dropped a homemade explosive device via a drone on the substation of the Glushkovsky district Regional Electric Networks. No one was hurt, however, there was minor damage done to the equipment. As a result, some houses in several villages were left without power. Repairs crews are already on sites. Power supply will be restored as soon as possible,” his message reads.

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At the beginning of November, Starovoyt reported Ukraine shelling the region. Five locals, three among them children, were injured in the shelling of the border village Guevo of the Sudzhansky district by Ukraine’s Armed Forces. Starovoyt previously said that Ukraine’s troops had fired mortars at the border village Krasnooktyabrsky of the Glushkovsky district.

Border villages of the Kursk, Bryansk, and Belgorod regions of Russia have been getting regularly shelled since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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