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The Russian Federation announced a drone attack in the Kursk region

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Infrastructural facilities in three districts were allegedly attacked, and electricity was lost.

The governor of the Kursk region of the Russian Federation, Roman Starovoyt, announced a “raid of Ukrainian drones” in the region. He reported it on Telegram.

“Infrastructural facilities in Sudzhansky, Korenevsky, Glushkovsky districts were attacked. There is a power outage. Emergency teams have started restoring the power supply,” he wrote.

Let’s recall that on September 29, the head of the Kursk region said that the region was subjected to a massive attack by “Ukrainian UAVs,” one of which dropped explosives on a substation in the Belovsky district. As a result of the attack, five settlements were cut off.

Later the media reported that it was a special operation of the Security Service of Ukraine.

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Source: korrespondent

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