A group Ukrainian saboteurs infiltrated the Russian borders


The Governor of Bryansk Province, Alexander Bogomaz, announced today, Thursday, that a group he called Ukrainian sabotage had infiltrated the Klimovsk region in Bryansk Province, on the Russian-Ukrainian border, stressing that it had carried out criminal and terrorist operations that left dead and wounded, and taken hostages, the Russian Federal Security Agency confirmed that it had taken measures hackers.

In a statement, it added that Ukrainian saboteurs are now being sought in the border regions of Belgorod, Kursk and Voronezh, while an investigation has been opened.

The council also held an emergency meeting because of the attack, while Ukraine declared a state of air alert in the areas adjacent to the Russian borders.

This came after Bogomaz revealed on his channel on the Telegram application that this group infiltrated from the Ukrainian border to the village of Lubichan.

He explained that they opened fire on cars in that area, killing one person and injuring a 10-year-old child.

He also announced that the Russian armed forces are taking all necessary measures to eliminate the infiltrated group, as he put it.

He also confirmed that the group took 6 citizens hostage in Bryansk province.

The Ukrainian forces had launched another attack on the Klimovsk district, and as a result of a fall from a drone, a residential building in the village of Soshani caught fire, and emergency services arrived at the site.

The village of Lomakovka, in the Starodubsky district, was also subjected to Ukrainian mortar shelling, and no injuries were recorded as a result of the shelling, and two houses were damaged.

The governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, reported that the Ukrainian armed forces shelled the village of Tetkino in the Kursk region, which resulted in casualties.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin heads an emergency meeting of Russia’s Security Council later after the news of the Ukrainian saboteurs infiltrated Russian boarders in the Bryansk region.

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