On the night of February 28, Ukraine, using drones, attacked civilian infrastructure in the Krasnodar Territory and Adygea. On this subject informed Ministry of Defense of Russia. Previously, a fire broke out on the territory of the Tuapse tank farm.
The drones were suppressed by the electronic warfare units of the Russian troops. Both drones lost control and deviated from the flight path, according to the military department. One of the drones fell in the field, the other, after having deviated from its trajectory, “did not damage the civilian infrastructure attacked”, added the Ministry of Defense.
What type of civilian infrastructure it is, the message from the Ministry of Defense does not specify.
Fire in an oil depot in Tuapse
On the night of February 28, a fire broke out on the territory of the Tuapse tank farm in the Krasnodar Territory. She was attacked by two drones, according to Baza and SHOT. RIA Novosti too writingthat in the area of the oil depot “a drone was spotted”.
Adygea authorities, in turn, reported an “unidentified plane” that fell near the village of Novy. According to Astra, explosions were heard at two in the morning. After that, in a field near the village, rescuers found two craters with a diameter of about two meters and a depth of about 50 cm, as well as the wreckage of a plane, the channel noted. Telegram. SHOT claims that a Soviet “Strizh” or “Reis” drone could have crashed near the village.
On the same day, in the Bryansk region above the Surazh district, the Russian army shot down a drone, the region’s governor Alexander Bogomaz reported. In Belgorod, in turn, four drones fell. How writing SHOT, another UJ-22 Airborne drone produced by Ukrjet, crashed near the Gazprom station near the Moscow column. There was no explosion clarifies Base.
On February 28, the St. Petersburg government also reported that Pulkovo airport temporarily does not receive or send planes. Airspace has been temporarily closed over the city. According to Baza, “112” and “Fontanka”, the reason for this decision was an unidentified object that was noticed in the air. The Ministry of Defense then explained the closing of the skies by training in air defense.
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