Explosions reported in Bryansk region of Russia
On the night of Saturday, September 30, explosions occurred in the Russian Bryansk region, leaving the village of Pogar without electricity. In addition, in the morning, air defense systems allegedly shot down Uragan missiles over the Belgorod region
The governor of the Bryansk region, Alexander Bogomaz, reported this.
According to him, the village of Pogar faces power supply problems as a result of the attack. It is located about 20 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.
"There are no casualties. Operational and emergency services are working on the spot," the governor added.
He blames Ukraine for the attack that caused the accident at the energy facility. Local media reports that one of the power substations in the Bryansk region was hit.
At the same time, Belgorod region was attacked in the morning. According to its governor, Vyacheslav Gladkov, an air defense system was activated over the city and the district and allegedly shot down air targets. According to him, there were no casualties or damage.
The Russian Ministry of Defense later added that Russian air defense shot down 9 Uragan missiles in the sky over Belgorod region at around 3:45 a.m. on September 30.
- The day before, it was reported that a sabotage and reconnaissance group consisting of about 50 people entered the Bryansk region from the territory of Ukraine and began hostilities.