The Ukrainian Armed Forces shelled the village of Tetkino in the Kursk region

The village of Tetkino, Kursk region, came under fire from Ukraine, said the regional governor, Roman Starovoyt.

“Three arrivals were recorded. Fortunately, there were no casualties. One household was damaged. We will assist the owner in restoration,” – wrote he’s on Telegram.

On September 29, a drone attack left 5,000 people without electricity in the Kursk region. On the same day, the village of Gogolevka in the Sudzhansky district came under fire, no one was injured. The former school building, four houses and a health center were damaged, and the power supply line was also cut.

The territories bordering Ukraine are regularly subject to shelling. October 3 over the Belgorod region shot down three MLRS shells and two aircraft-type drones, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported.

In the Belgorod and Kursk regions, a high (“yellow”) level of terrorist threat remains in effect indefinitely. Since October 19 last year, by decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin, a medium level of response has been established in the region.

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