The Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) attacked a substation and a power line (TL) in the Bryansk region. This is reported by the Telegram channel Shot.
According to the authors of the channel, the region came under attack from Ukraine early in the morning on Tuesday, July 4. Then a drone twice dropped explosives on an electrical substation in the village of Rudnya-Tsata, Klimovsky district, which is located eight kilometers from the border. Then the Armed Forces of Ukraine fired twice at the village of Petrova Buda in the Gordeevsky district of the Bryansk region. In total, eight shells flew into the territory of the settlement, no one was injured. A day earlier, on June 3, due to Ukrainian shelling of the Trubchevsky district, two residential buildings caught fire. As Governor Alexander Bogomaz reported, no one was hurt. In October 2022, a medium response level was introduced in eight regions of Russia, including the Bryansk region. It involves, in particular, strengthening the protection of public order and an increased level of security at energy facilities.