Drone attacks on Russia – UAVs hit Bryansk region three times – Gov

Oleksandr Bogomas, the governor of Bryansk region, said Ukrainian UAVs had struck. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation confirmed that only one drone was destroyed.

On the night of September 14, drones struck the Bryansk region of the Russian Federation. A total of three attacks took place, as announced by Governor Oleksandr Pokomas telegram.

Bogomas wrote about the first attack at 00:47. According to him, two drones were shot down over Prisiv District and Starodub Municipal District.

“Two aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed in Brasov District and Starodub Municipal District. There were no injuries or damage,” he said.

Then, already at 01:29, as Said Bogomaz, another unmanned aerial vehicle was shot down in Karachev district of Bryansk region. According to him, there were no injuries or damage.

Thereafter, at 02:00, the Governor reportedAnother drone was destroyed in Bryansk district.

“The Air Defense Forces of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation destroyed an aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicle in the Bryansk district. There were no injuries or damage. Operational and emergency services are working at the scene,” Bogomaz said.

According to him, all three attacks were allegedly carried out by Ukraine.

Note that even the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Said It blames the entire armed forces for the destruction of an unmanned aerial vehicle in the sky over the Bryansk region.

“A Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicle was destroyed by air defense over the Bryansk region,” the agency said.

Let us remind you that on September 8, it was announced that a flock of UAVs in Bryansk attacked a factory of military electronics microchips for the second time. The “Kremny L” factory in Bryansk is the second largest electronics manufacturer in Russia. Components for Pantsir air defense systems and Iskander missile systems are manufactured here.

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