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Russian media report attacks on Belgorod and Kursk regions

Russian media report attacks on Belgorod and Kursk regions Illustrative photo (photo: Getty Images)

Territories of the Belgorod and Kursk regions of the Russian Federation were allegedly shelled with drones, missiles, and rockets, according to Telegram channels RIA Novosti, Astra, and Mash.

Russian air defense systems allegedly shot down several targets approaching Belgorod. The governor of the region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, reported that 8 civilians were injured, and over 50 private homes were damaged.

Russian air defense systems also allegedly shot down 17 projectiles of the Vampire MLRS, 5 guided aviation bombs, and UAVs, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

According to the governor, gas supply lines were damaged in the Belgorod region.

Additionally, Gladkov reported that an agricultural enterprise in the village of Proletarskyi was attacked. According to him, three buildings and two pieces of equipment were damaged on the premises.

Russian media also reported a UAV attack on the Kursk region.

Yesterday, on May 10, in the evening, explosions occurred in the temporarily occupied city of Rovenky in the Luhansk region, followed by a fire. According to information from Russian media, an oil depot was attacked, and three people were killed.

This was the second strike on oil depots in the occupied territories of Donbas. On May 8, a strike was made on an oil depot in Luhansk.