Kursk region complains about drone attacks on infrastructure: part of the region without power
On October 5, the aggressor country of Russia reported another attack by "Ukrainian" drones on the Kursk region. The incident caused power outages in parts of the region at night.
Local authorities claimed that the drones were targeting infrastructure facilities. This was reported by Russian propaganda Telegram channels.
"The Ukrainian Armed Forces drones attacked three districts of the Kursk region," Governor Roman Starovoit said in a statement.
According to him, on Thursday night, "Ukrainian" drones struck infrastructure facilities in the Suzhansky, Korenovsky and Glushkovsky districts of the region.
The official said the power was cut off. At the same time, he assured residents that emergency crews have already begun to restore power supply.
To recap: On September 29, Russians complained that a drone had dropped explosives on a substation in the Kursk region. As a result, a transformer caught fire and five settlements were left without electricity.
The Russian Defense Ministry claimed to have shot down 11 "Ukrainian" UAVs. At the same time, the Security Service of Ukraine emphasized that the drones had actually successfully attacked a power substation near Kursk, which was connected to a number of Russian military facilities.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, on October 4, an air raid alert was suddenly activated throughout the Russian Federation. The Russians were very concerned about the event, but the local Ministry of Emergency Situations said that it was just a test of the country's readiness "for the intended purpose."