After the explosion, a fire broke out that completely destroyed the building.
In the Sumy region, Russian troops fired bullets at a residential building using unmanned aerial vehicles. Kyrylo Tymoshenko, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, announced this on his Telegram channel.
According to the OP, the invaders attacked a residential building, firing ammo from a quadrocopter. The explosion started a fire that completely destroyed the building.
In total, the arrival of 48 shells in the Sumy region was recorded. In addition, the Russian Armed Forces launched a missile from the S-300 complex, damaging an apartment in the village of Bolshaya Pisarevka, 20 more private houses and the administration building. Luckily, no one was killed or injured. The head of the regional administration, Dmitry Zhivitsky, added to Telegram that the explosions damaged a bank branch, five stores and a large number of cars.
Earlier, they wrote that Moscow has started the production of unmanned aerial vehicles to wage war in Ukraine. The Russians are building unmanned aerial vehicles that can accelerate to 120 km / h and throw grenades from the air. In addition, it can be equipped with rangefinders for target designation, signal repeaters and other systems that meet the needs of the Russian army. By 2023, Omnisky plans to produce 200 drones per month.
It was also reported that students in Russia were recruited to assemble drones for the military. Such measures were taken by the authorities of the Primorsky Territory, where local factories were converted for the production of drones.
Information appeared that Russia is preparing to launch missiles with cheap “scrambler” drones. Disposable devices should interfere with the operation of the rear Ukrainian radar stations.
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