Kursk governor reported downed Ukrainian drone in the border area

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In the Rylsky district of the Kursk region, bordering Ukraine, on the morning of May 11, an unmanned aerial vehicle was shot down. Governor Roman Starovoit announced this.

“The volleys that residents of the Rylsky district reported today were related to the work of our air defense against a Ukrainian drone in the border zone. The UAV was shot down, there were no casualties and no damage, ”- wrote he is in the telegram channel.

In the Kursk region, as in other regions of Russia that have a border with Ukraine, a “yellow” (high) level of terrorist threat has been in effect since April 11. Today it has been extended until May 25.

The Kursk authorities have previously repeatedly announced shelling from the territory of Ukraine. On May 1, a railway bridge collapsed in the region. According to Starovoit, this happened as a result of sabotage.

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