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Ukrainian plane crashed in Bryansk region of Russia

Apr 6, 2023

Recently, Russian propaganda has been inventing a lot of strange stories. Perhaps today's is one of them.


It is reported that a Ukrainian light aircraft allegedly "crashed on the territory of Russia in the Bryansk region". This was stated by the Russian pro-government Telegram channel Mash, citing Russian border guards.

In the same Bryansk region of the Russian Federation, a drone allegedly dropped a bomb on a military enlistment office the day before yesterday. This was announced on Monday, April 3, by the governor of the Bryansk region, Alexander Bogomaz.

He accused the Ukrainian military of the attack.

"The Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked Sevsky district with a UAV. There were no casualties. The building of the district military enlistment office was damaged as a result of the explosive device," Bogomaz wrote, adding that operational services are working at the scene.

A little later, he said that another UAV dropped an explosive device near the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. There were no casualties.

As a reminder, on March 2, Russia reported the alleged "penetration of Ukrainian subversive groups" into two villages in Bryansk Oblast on the border with Chernihiv Oblast.

Meanwhile, people calling themselves fighters of the Russian Volunteer Corps claimed responsibility for the incident. They said they had come "to show their compatriots that free Russian people with arms in their hands can fight the regime."

The Office of the President of Ukraine stated that the events in the Bryansk region of the Russian Federation with the so-called "Ukrainian saboteurs" were a deliberate provocation by Russia itself.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 06/04/2023

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