On the morning of November 14, the Russian occupiers reported that they allegedly shot down four aircraft-type UAVs in three regions.
The Russian government claims about another UAVs attack
At night, according to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, four "Ukrainian" UAVs were destroyed at night over the territory of Moscow, Tambov and Bryansk regions.
In addition, as reported by Russian mass media, on the night of November 14 in the village of Siltse, on the territory of the Bryansk Chemical Plant, an aircraft-type UAV filled with explosives was found.
At the same time, as the authors note, the roof of the workshop was pierced in three places. Employees of special services were called to the place.
Explosions on the territory of the Russian Federation
Recently, explosions and fires have become more frequent on the territory of Russia. They are often attributed to attacks by unknown attack drones. In particular, on 14 October explosions occurred in the beach area of Sochi. The lights went out in some places in the area, and the authorities reported allegedly downed drones.
Also recently, a UAVs allegedly attacked a military base in Karachev, Bryansk Region. On the same day, explosions were still heard in Belgorod Region. At the same time, Russian terrorists claimed that air defence systems were at work.
In addition On October 5, UAVs attacked infrastructure facilities in the Kursk and Belgorod regions. A fire broke out in Krasnoyarsk Krai.
According to the governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoyt, the attacks allegedly took place in the Suzhan, Koreniv and Glushki districts.
Starovoit reported that there were power outages.
Also, on October 15, the The Security Service of Ukraine showed a video of a successful attack on the Krasna Yaruga electrical substation in the Belgorod region.
Military facilities of the Russian Federation were connected to it.
Also, on October 29, a UAV attacked the Afip oil refinery in the Krasnodar region of Russia.
In addition, it is emphasized that as a result of the explosion, a fire broke out on the territory of the plant.