Ukrainians hit Russian Oil depot in Bryansk as they take the attack to the Russians on Russian soil.
Shelling has hit a village in the Russian region of Bryansk, which borders Ukraine, causing damage but no casualties, according to a local official.
Governor Alexander Bogomaz said in a statement that the village of Zhecha came under fire as air defence systems intercepted a Ukrainian aircraft entering Russian territory.
The blast wave from the incident damaged the casing of “technological buildings of the oil terminal” and the surrounding area, Bogomaz said, adding that no one was hurt.
The Ukrainian Armed Forces have not commented on the incident or whether Ukrainian aircraft entering Russian territory was intercepted.
Ukrainians hit Russian Oil depot
The governor’s announcement comes a day after he said the border department of the Federal Security Service (FSB) reported another incident of shelling in the nearby village of Belaya Berezka, allegedly carried out from Ukrainian territory.
“On April 29, a branch of the border department of the FSB of Russia in the Bryansk region in the village of Belaya Berezka, Trubchevsky district, was subjected to mortar fire from the territory of Ukraine,” Bogomaz said Friday on Telegram.
Water and electricity networks were damaged as a result of the shelling in the Bryansk region, Bogomaz added.
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