Russian air defense shot down Ukrainian drones in the Belgorod and Bryansk regions

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Russian air defense shot down Ukrainian drones in the Belgorod and Bryansk regions

Today, in the Belgorod and Bryansk regions of Russia, unmanned aerial vehicles launched by Ukrainian formations were shot down. This is stated by regional authorities and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

In the Belgorod region, the air defense system shot down an air target in the Valuysky urban district. This was announced by the regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov.



Then the Russian Ministry of Defense said that a Ukrainian aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicle was shot down over the region. This happened at approximately 21:30 Moscow time. The military department claims that the drone was launched with the aim of carrying out a sabotage attack on objects located on Russian territory.

In the Bryansk region, the air defense system also worked. Over the Unecha air defense region, the Russian Armed Forces shot down two unmanned aerial vehicles at once.

According to Governor Alexander Bogomaz, casualties and destruction as a result of falling fragments drone No. Emergency and operational services are currently working at the scene. The head of the region thanked the air defense forces for their work.

It should be noted that Ukraine has recently intensified the use of unmanned aerial vehicles aviation against targets on the “old” territory of the Russian Federation. Most often, drones are shot down in the Belgorod, Bryansk, Kursk regions, as well as in the Kaluga region, through which they try to fly to Moscow and the Moscow region.
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    1. +4
      13 September 2023
      News that, alas, has become commonplace...
      1. +3
        13 September 2023
        Quote from Pharmacist
        News that, alas, has become commonplace...

        Well, yes. All that remains is to wait for the flight beyond the Arkhangelsk-Astrakhan line
      2. +3
        13 September 2023
        Quote from Pharmacist
        News that, alas, has become commonplace...

        Do not say. But we must pay tribute, this war greatly intensified the search for means to combat UAVs. So RAFAEL rolled out something.
    2. 0
      13 September 2023
      They say that she didn’t shoot down all of them, one turned in the opposite direction, and, having rested in Poland, rushed towards the Thames, and, after all, he hit the bastard... But this is already at the level of the pioneers of the district palace, not the head of the club - it has nothing to do with it...: -)
      1. +1
        14 September 2023
        Quote: Mister22408
        They say that not all of them were shot down, one turned in the opposite direction,

        Your humor is not funny, but I like the idea of ​​intercepting a UkroUAV, reprogramming it and launching it across Rzeszow.
    3. osp
      +2
      14 September 2023
      In Bryansk, Ukrainian drones have already begun to hit the Kremniy semiconductor plant more than once, causing fires at the enterprise.
      The plant is strategic and it is clear that attacks on it will intensify.
      Nobody knows how to protect him from this - soon the F-16s may carry out strikes.
    4. 0
      14 September 2023
      There will soon be more drones than air defense missiles. And lend-lease is gaining momentum. This is a huge problem and it will get worse.

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