Russia claims drone attack: chemical plant building allegedly damaged in Bryansk region
On Tuesday night, November 14, a drone carrying explosives targeted a chemical plant in the Bryansk region, damaging the building's roof
The Russian Ministry of Defense confirmed the downing of drones in three additional regions, as reported by the Russian Telegram channel Baza.
Baza shared details stating that during the night, an aircraft-type drone was found in the workshop of the Bryansk Chemical Plant named after the 50th anniversary of the USSR, located in the village of Seltso.
The drone, although not exploding, contained an explosive substance.
Reportedly, the workshop's roof was pierced in three places, prompting the involvement of special services. The Russians assert that no casualties occurred due to the drone's fall.
The Russian Ministry of Defense also disclosed that on the night of November 14, four drones attempted attacks in Moscow, Tambov, Bryansk, and Oryol regions.
The air defense system successfully shot down the drones over these areas.
- Simultaneously, on the same night, Russian forces launched attacks on Ukraine using attack drones, ballistic missiles, and guided air missiles. Air defense forces successfully destroyed 7 out of the 9 enemy drones