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Strikes reported in Russia: Kremny EL plant hit again in Bryansk

Strikes reported in Russia: Kremny EL plant hit again in Bryansk Illustrative photo (Photo: Getty Images)
Author: Daria Shekina

In the Russian city of Bryansk, there are complaints about explosions once again. Locals claim that a drone allegedly attacked one of Russia's largest microelectronics enterprises, Kremny EL, according to local Telegram channels and the Governor of the Bryansk region, Alexander Bogomaz.

At first, locals reported explosions in Bryansk. Later, in Telegram channels, there were reports of a hit at the Kremny EL plant, and videos depicting the aftermath were published.

Meanwhile, Bogomaz once again accused Ukraine of attempting to attack an industrial facility in Bryansk. He did not provide any evidence for his claims.

Additionally, he claims that Russian electronic warfare forces supposedly jammed the drone on its approach to the Vygonichsky district. However, the governor mentions that fragments of the UAV fell onto an administrative building, causing a fire.

According to him, there were no casualties.

Drone incidents at the Kremny EL plant

This is not the first time Bryansk has reported alleged attacks on this plant.

For instance, on the night of August 30, Russian Telegram channels reported a drone crash on the territory of Kremny EL, which resulted in a fire.

On September 7, Bryansk reported once again that a drone had allegedly attacked this enterprise.

Russia has invested billions in the development of this plant, which is strategically important for its research and development work in projects like Agrofon, Agronomia, and Silovik-5. This includes the development of new phased-array radars using new component bases, designed for air defense systems, aircraft, and ships.