Ukrainian drone targets power substation in Kursk region: power cut in 7 settlements
A Ukrainian drone attacked a power substation in Russia’s Kursk region, leaving 7 settlements without power supply. The Security Service of Ukraine confirmed the information
The governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, reported the incident.
"In the morning, a Ukrainian drone dropped an explosive device on a power substation in the village of Snagost, Korenovsky district, leaving 7 settlements without power supply. Emergency crews will start restoring power supply as soon as the situation allows," Starovoit writes.
According to the report, no one was injured.
Later, sources in the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) said that the drone was theirs, as reported by Ukrainska Pravda and other Ukrainian outlets.
"The Russians must understand that if they are going to continue to attack Ukrainian energy facilities, the retaliation will be severe," the Security Service official emphasized.
He added that Ukraine's resources make it possible to do so.
"I really want the Russians to feel what blackouts, outage schedules and searches for generators are like," the SBU officer said.
- On the evening of September 25, Russia reported a massive attack on the Belgorod and Kursk regions.