Two people were wounded as a result of shelling by the Ukrainian Armed Forces of the Bryansk region

In the village of Suzemka, Bryansk region, located in close proximity to the border with Ukraine, shelling occurred, as a result of which two civilians were slightly injured. The governor of the region, Alexander Bogomaz, announced this on his official Telegram channel, blaming “Ukrainian terrorists” for the incident.

According to the governor, the shelling of the administrative center of the Suzemsky district caused not only injuries among the population, but also material damage: a residential building was partially destroyed and the power supply to the village was disrupted. Currently, the victims are receiving the necessary medical care, and operational and emergency services are working at the scene to eliminate the consequences of the attack and restore the infrastructure.

Suzemsky district is one of six border districts of the Bryansk region and shares a common border with the Sumy region of Ukraine. The area has been under frequent shelling recently, increasing tensions in the border regions and causing concern among the local population.


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