The Russian Federation announced the shelling of Shebekino and the UAV attack in three regions: there are allegedly casualties


About the alleged shelling of the city of Shebekino reported regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov.

According to him, among the victims is a woman with a shrapnel wound in the neck, who was taken to a hospital in Belgorod. Two more men allegedly received shrapnel wounds to their legs.

“One of the injured men did not wait for the doctors and left, the second is now also being taken to city hospital No. 2 in the city of Bilhorod,” Gladkov wrote.

In addition, according to the governor, facades of trade pavilions, municipal garages and 3 cars were damaged in the local market.

Later, in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation as well reported about a UAV attack on the territory of the Krasnodar Territory. It is noted that at approximately 08:00 Russian air defense shot down one drone there.

3 more drones, it seems destroyed around 09:00 over the territory of the Smolensk region of the Russian Federation.

The fall of the drone at the airport in Sochi

According to local Telegram channels, an “unknown object” fell on the territory of Sochi International Airport.

It is noted that in the morning a loud explosion rang out in the city and a column of smoke rose. Law enforcement officers are working on the spot.

In addition, at the airport reported on the temporary cancellation of all flights. Six planes were diverted to another airfield.

“For the purpose of ensuring security, a temporary restriction of flights was introduced at Sochi International Airport. From 8:20 a.m., the airport operates in normal mode for the reception and departure of aircraft,” – stated the mayor of the city Oleksiy Kopaihorodskyi.

  • At the same time, during the mass attack of the Russian Federation on the night of Sunday, October 1, the Air Force of Ukraine, together with air defense, destroyed 16 of the 30 released Russian “Shaheeds”.



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