In Russia’s Kaluga region drone targets energy infrastructure

In Russia’s Kaluga region drone targets energy infrastructure

In the early hours of Saturday, April 20, an energy infrastructure facility was damaged in Russia’s Kaluga region of Russia as a result of a drone attack.

That’s according to a local governor, Vladislav Shapsha, Ukrinform reports.

"Overnight, in the Maloyaroslavetsky district, as a result of a UAV explosion near an electric substation, the energy infrastructure was slightly damaged. There are no casualties. Emergency services scrambled to the scene for repair works," the governor wrote on Telegram.

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As Ukrinform reported earlier, on Friday night, the Bryansk region governor said six drones had allegedly been downed, adding that a fire broke out at an energy infrastructure facility.

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