Russia denounces new attacks in the Rostov and Krasnodar regions, near the border with Ukraine
The Russian authorities have denounced this Friday new attacks in the Rostov and Krasnodar regions, located in the south of the country, near the border with Ukraine, days after a group of militants broke into Russia in the Bolgorod area, although there is no personal injury as a result of the latest incidents.
In the case of Krasnodar, several buildings have been damaged by explosions registered at dawn. The governor, Veniamin Kondratiev, has confirmed that “there were no victims” or damage to essential infrastructure as a result of this attack, which he has attributed on Telegram to the impact of two unmanned aircraft, according to the Interfax agency.
On the other hand, the governor of Rostov, Vasily Golubev, has reported the shooting down “a Ukrainian missile” in the Morozovs area, in the southern part of this region, although Ukraine has never claimed responsibility for this type of attack, alleging that they are only limited to fighting to recover the occupied Ukrainian territories.