Russia foiled Ukraine’s attack in Belgorod and Kursk region, shot down 11 Ukrainian drones
Moscow, Reuters. The war that has been going on between Russia and Ukraine for almost 19 months is not ending. Both countries are attacking against each other. In this connection, Ukraine once again attacked the Belgorod and Kursk areas of Russia late on Monday night with drones, which was foiled by Russian defense air systems. The Russian Defense Ministry said Russian air defense units shot down a total of 11 drones.
Russia shot down 11 drones
A total of seven drones were downed in Belgorod and four in the Kursk region, the ministry said in separate statements on the Telegram messaging app. However, the ministry has not given any information about the number of casualties during this period. It is known that both Belgorod and Kursk areas are on the border of Ukraine. There has been no reaction from Ukraine yet on this action of Russia.
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At the same time, Russia on Monday targeted grain storage centers and infrastructure in Odessa, Ukraine with rapid drone and missile attacks. Four people died and a large amount of food grains were damaged. Russia wants to blunt Ukraine’s grain export efforts by carrying out fresh attacks on grain storage facilities.
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Russia has been targeting grain facilities with attacks on Ukrainian ports since refusing to extend a grain export agreement through the Black Sea in mid-July.
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