“O Kyiv’s terrorist attack, as defined in the military statement, was carried out with unmanned devices.
Ukrainian ‘drones’ also attacked several districts in the Kursk region, which borders Ukraine, said the governor, Román Staravoit, on Telegram.
The attack caused damage to eight houses, which suffered various losses, and a compressor factory at the railway station in the city of Dmitriev.
The electrical line that feeds a factory in the Zheleznodorozhki district, considered one of the largest producers of iron ore in the post-Soviet space, was also affected.
During an event organized by the Russian Railways, Russian President Vladimir Putin drew attention on Friday to pay special attention to the security of the railway network in the face of Ukrainian sabotage.
The Ukrainian Air Force, for its part, claimed to have repelled a new Russian attack with ‘drones’ during the night, having shot down 30 of the 31 devices launched over various regions of the country.
“In total, 31 Shahed-136/131 attack drones were launched during the offensive that the occupiers launched in different regions of Ukraine,” the Air Force said in a statement.
The attack targeted, among other targets, the capital, Kyiv, the southern region of Kherson and the western region of Khmelnytsky, all of which are frequently attacked by Russia.
Russian authorities reported the death of one person in Ukrainian night bombings in the occupied part of the Kherson region, in the south of the country.
The governor of the Russian region of Belgorod, Viatcheslav Gladkov, reported 41 Ukrainian attacks in the last 24 hours, on this border and frequently targeted territory.
On Friday night, the Russian Army indicated that it had repelled an attack with 26 Ukrainian drones in the space of two hours, over Crimea, a peninsula annexed in 2014.
A few hours earlier, the Russian region of Koursk was targeted by six drones.
This type of attack has become almost daily on both sides of the confrontation and the number of devices used is increasing more and more.
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