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Warehouse of aerial bomb control modules attacked in Russia's Krasnodar region: Media

Warehouse of aerial bomb control modules attacked in Russia's Krasnodar region: Media Photo: in the Krasnodar region, Russia, drones attacked a warehouse of control modules for aerial bombs (illustration/Getty Images)

In the Krasnodar region of the Russian Federation, drones managed to attack a significant military warehouse. It stored control and correction modules for occupiers' aerial bombs, according to Militarnyi, and the ASTRA Telegram channel.

During the analysis of the video footage from the aftermath of the strike on a Russian airfield in the village of Kushchevskaya, Krasnodar Krai, Russia, which was published by local Telegram channels, journalists noticed burnt and damaged UMPK modules.

Additionally, according to the Russian Telegram channel ASTRA, aircraft were also damaged.

"Their number and extent of damage are being determined," the message said.

Russian Federation's attack

On April 27, Russia reported an attack by dozens of drones. Naturally, the Russian Ministry of Defense did not disclose the details of the hits but only mentioned the "destruction" of about 70 UAVs in Krasnodar Krai and Crimea.

However, even before the ministry's official statement, information had already emerged in the media about a quite successful attack on Krasnodar Krai, where there were hits at the oil refinery of Slavyansk ECO LLC near the city of Slavyansk-on-Kuban.

Later, there was information about a probable attack on an airfield in Kuban. Russian Telegram channels even posted videos from the scene of the strike to the military facility. Later, the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) announced that a military airfield and two oil refineries in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, were attacked.