Shelling and drone strikes were recorded in five Russian regions

On May 27, authorities in several regions of Russia reported cases of shelling and drone strikes from Ukraine. At least three people are known to have died.

An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crashed in the Andreapol district of the Tver region. According to the press service of the regional authorities, the incident did not cause casualties. According to the Base, there were two drones that flew to the station near the village of Erokhino, which serves the Druzhba oil pipeline.

Another settlement affected by the attacks is the town of Shebekino in the Belgorod region. The governor of the region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, announced on his telegram channel that the city was subjected to artillery fire. As a result of the shelling, residential buildings, shops and private houses were damaged. Windows were smashed, facades damaged, and the shells also damaged greenhouses. A fire broke out in one of the garages, which was extinguished, but the car inside was completely burned. In addition, a power line was damaged. Another drone was shot down in the village of Popovka in the Krasnoyarsk district, the governor added.

In the Kursk region, a builder was killed by Ukrainian shelling. The governor of the region, Roman Starovoit, said that the incident took place in the Sudjan region near the village of Plechowo. The deceased builder worked on the defense line of the state border fortifications. There were no injuries or damage caused by the shelling.

An attack by an unmanned aerial vehicle also took place in the Bryansk region. The UAV attacked the Niva car of the Russian Ministry of Defense on the Brovnichi-Sushany road. According to Z military correspondents, two soldiers were killed as a result of the attack. The drone broke through the roof of the car and detonated, but there is no official information yet on what happened.

Earlier, in the Pskov region, a drone attack damaged the administration building of the oil pipeline. Governor Mikhail Vedernikov reported the incident without providing details of the incident.


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