The village of Zaimishche was shelled, several houses were damaged, Alexander Bogomaz said. Operational services arrived at the scene
The village of Zaimishche in the urban district of Klintsy, Bryansk region, was shelled, Governor Alexander Bogomaz said. According to him, several houses were damaged as a result, four people were injured.
On the scene, operational services are working, the victims are being provided with medical assistance, the head of the region added.
RBC sent inquiries to the press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Bryansk Region and the Ministry of Defense of Russia.
The village of Zaimishche is located near the southern border of the city of Klintsy in the west of the region, the distance from which to the border with Ukraine is about 45 km.
The authorities of the region, which borders on the Chernihiv and Sumy regions of Ukraine, have repeatedly reported shelling since the start of the military operation. On June 4, Bogomaz said that as a result of the shelling of the village of Sluchevsk by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, one person received a slight shrapnel wound, two houses caught fire.
Since April 11, the yellow level of terrorist danger has been in effect in the region, it has been repeatedly extended (the last time until June 23). In total, according to the classification of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee, there are three levels: blue (high), yellow (high) and red (critical). Yellow is introduced when there is confirmed information about the real possibility of a terrorist attack. Residents of the Bryansk region are advised not to carry large bags to public places, always carry an identity card with them and provide it at the request of law enforcement agencies.
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