It is the second train to derail in Briansk for the second day in a row. An alleged act of sabotage that adds to other incidents that have occurred in various Russian regions and near Crimea, such as in the town of Volna where a fuel depot has caught fire.
A freight train derails in Briansk, a Russian region bordering Ukraine with no casualties reported. An alleged act of sabotage, which adds to other incidents that have occurred in recent days in various Russian regions.
A fuel depot has been set on fire in Volna
As in the town of Volna near Crimea where a fuel depot was set on fire on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, according to the Krasnodar governor. The Russian authorities attribute these acts of sabotage to pro-Ukrainian activists.
Tensions rise as Ukraine finalizes counter-offensive plans
Tension in the border areas is growing as Ukraine finalizes its plans for a counter-offensive, which includes not abandoning the city of Bakhmut. On the other hand, several Russian attacks in the Kherson region have left at least four dead and seven wounded.
A Russian drone airstrike on kyiv, the third in six days, reportedly resulted in no casualties or damage. According to the military administration of the capital, the Ukrainian anti-aircraft defense shot down all the drones without causing any casualties or damage.
Russian forces are inflicting heavy blows on Ukraine, according to the Kremlin
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has stated that Russian forces are inflicting heavy blows on Ukraine along the entire front line, although he has called for increased missile production, confirming speculation that Russia may be running out of ammunition.
Moscow rejects US claims about huge Russian troop losses
The Kremlin has also rejected US assessments that the Russian military has suffered 100,000 casualties in the past five months, including 20,000 dead. According to a spokesman, these are figures “taken out of thin air”.