Moscow (EFE).- An attack perpetrated today with drones caused damage to an administrative building of an oil pipeline in the Pskov region, bordering Estonia, Latvia and Belarus.
As reported by the governor of that Russian federated entity, Mikhail Vedernikov, citing preliminary data, the building was damaged as a result of the attack by two drones.
Previously, the political official had reported that an explosion without victims had been registered early this morning in an administrative building of an oil pipeline located next to the village of Litvínovo, about 3 kilometers from the border with Belarus.
For its part, the Telegram channel of the Russian media outlet Baza has assured that the drones fell on the territory of an oil pipeline pumping station, after which two explosions occurred that caused damage to the facades and windows of three administrative buildings. .
This Friday the authorities of two other Russian regions, those of Rostov and Krasnodar, bordering Ukraine, denounced attacks with drones and missiles, for which they blamed the Ukrainian military.