Village in Bryansk region shelled with 18 mortar shells – Governor Alexander Bogomaz

18 mortar shells were fired at the territory of the urban-type settlement Belaya Berezka, Trubchevsky District, Bryansk Region. This was announced by the Governor of the region Alexander Bogomaz in the Telegram channel.

According to him, artillery shelling took place on the evening of July 12 from Ukraine. There were no casualties or injuries, the governor said. He also posted a photo of the shard in his hand.

On May 19, the portal reported that shooting again occurred in the area of ​​the Belaya Berezka border checkpoint on the Russian-Ukrainian border. Local residents reported in the Belaya Berezka group on VKontakte about shooting and explosions, but the post has already been deleted. “It started again… It was all quiet…they were shooting”, “The villagers report that they are hearing explosions at this moment”, “They say they wanted to cross the border, ours started beating them,” the Russians wrote.

A few days ago, on July 9, Bogomaz reported that an explosive device went off in front of a freight train in the Unechsky district of the Bryansk region. According to him, the windows of the driver's cab were damaged, the railway tracks were not damaged.

In Russia, after the start of a full-scale war with Ukraine, the number of accidents on the railways has sharply increased. Underground groups opposed to the invasion of Ukraine are taking responsibility for the derailment of the railcars. The Insider spoke to some of these guerrilla groups and found out how the underground resistance is organized and why decentralization makes it especially effective. According to The Insider, from March to June 2022, 63 freight trains derailed in Russia. This is almost one and a half times more than in the same period last year.

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