Ukraine shelled an electrical substation in the Kursk region
In the village of Tyotkino, Kursk region, five arrivals from Ukraine were recorded through an electrical substation. About this on Thursday, May 11, informed Governor of the region Roman Starovoit in his Telegram channel.
According to the official, the power supply was partially disrupted.
“Early in the morning, five arrivals were recorded from Ukraine through the electrical substation of the village of Tyotkino, Glushkovsky district. […] As soon as the situation allows, the specialists will start the restoration,” Starovoit wrote.
In April Ukrainian Armed Forces shelled the Rylsky district Kursk region, as a result of which the power supply networks were damaged. At that time, more than 20 arrivals were recorded. Prior to this, Ukrainian troops struck on the border territories of the Glushkovsky district of the Kursk region. There were two attacks. The village of Tetkino and the neighboring village of Popovo-Lezhachi came under fire.
Since 2022, the “yellow” (high) level of terrorist threat has been operating in the Kursk region. The border areas of the region were repeatedly shelled by Ukraine. Also in the Kursk region introduced a medium level of response.