Two drones fall on territory of Crimea military unit

In the early hours of 2 March, two UAVs fell on the territory of a military unit located in the Sakskyi district of annexed Crimea, media outlet RBC reports, citing law enforcement sources.

Photo: Telegram channels

Photo: Telegram channels

One of the drones blew up, due to which windows got damaged in outbuildings, the outlet’s interlocutors say.

The Saky air base is located in the Sakskyi district of Crimea.

On 1 March, Russia’s Defence Ministry reported that 10 Ukrainian drones had attacked Crimean facilities. Six of the drones were shot down by air defence, another four were rendered inoperable by electronic warfare. The ministry’s statement said that no one had been hurt and no damage had been documented.

Earlier today, governor of the Kursk region Roman Starovoyt reported that a local resident had been killed in shelling conducted by Ukraine’s Armed Forces. Also today, governor of the Bryansk region Alexander Bogomaz said that a Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance group had entered the territory of the region and a drone had fallen on a residential house in the village of Sushany. Later, the responsibility for the events in the Bryansk region was claimed by the Russian Volunteer Corps.

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