Two drones fell on the M3 “Ukraine” highway at 299 km (Zhizdra) and 283 km (Duminichi), according to the Russian Federation.
In the Kaluga region of Russia, two drones fell on the highway. This was stated by the Governor of the region Vladislav Shapsha on Telegram on Monday, June 5.
“This morning, two UAVs fell on the M3 Ukraine highway at km 299 (Zhizdra) and at km 283 (Duminichi),” he wrote.
Shapsha noticed that there was no explosion. The territory has been cordoned off, operational and technical measures are being carried out in the area.
Recall that on June 1, in Russian Belgorod, a drone fell on a carriageway and exploded. And on June 4, the authorities occupying Crimea announced an attack by nine drones.
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