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Explosions in Primorsko-Akhtarsk and Rostov: the Russian Federation announced a drone attack

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Взрывы в Приморско-Ахтарске и Ростове: в РФ заявили об атаке беспилотников

In Russia they complained about explosions on the night of July 5 — drones attacked Primorsko-Akhtarsk in the Krasnodar Territory, from where the Russian Federation usually launches attack UAVs into Ukraine, as well as Rostov.

Drone attack on Primorsko-Akhtarsk July 5

Local publics and the governor of the Krasnodar Territory, Veniamin Kondratyev, reported on a drone attack in Primorsko-Akhtarsk, and also reported on their downing and alleged damage to civilian objects as a result of falling debris.

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According to Kondratyev, debris fell on a three-story building, six people, including two children, were hospitalized.

In addition, the operation of the power substation that supplies a significant part of the city has been disrupted.

Explosions in Rostov today

On the night of July 5, explosions were also heard in Rostov. Governor of the Rostov region Vasily Golubev reported on the work of air defense against air targets, as a result of which 10 UAVs were allegedly shot down.

According to him, as a result of falling debris, landscape fires occurred on the left bank of the Don in Rostov and in the Azov region.

He claims there were no casualties.

In addition, eyewitnesses report a fire at the oil terminal.

The full-scale war in Ukraine has been going on for 863 days. You can monitor the situation in cities on the interactive map of military operations in Ukraine and the map of air raids in Ukraine.

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