They announced that a village in the Suzemsky district of the Bryansk region was bombed 16:21

Alexander Bogomaz, Governor of the Bryansk Region telegram channelThat the Armed Forces of Ukraine bombed the village of Zernovo in the Suzemsky district, as a result of which a local resident was injured.

“The Ukrainian Armed Forces opened fire on the village of Zernovo in the Suzemsky district. As a result of the bombardment, one of the inhabitants of the village was slightly injured. The head of the district wrote that he was provided with all the necessary medical care.

According to him, a residential building was also partially damaged and there was a power outage.

Previously, it was reported that the Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance group attempted to attack. overcome On the territory of the Bryansk region. Violators were spotted near the village of Podyvot’e. The group consisted of ten fighters from the Armed Forces of Ukraine carrying explosives and American M4 rifles. The 5.56 mm caliber gun was equipped with silencers.

Russian soldiers and FSB officers on August 30 eliminated A group of Ukrainian saboteurs trying to enter the Bryansk region.

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Source: Gazeta


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