According to reports from Russian media, Baza, a military training ground located in Voronezh Oblast was attacked by two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) carrying explosives on May 10.
The incident took place in the early hours of the day and resulted in 14 Russian soldiers sustaining injuries. Preliminary reports suggest that there were no fatalities.
Baza, a Russian news outlet, reported that the drones approached the training ground and detonated on impact.
The exact nature and origin of the drones remain unclear, and no group or individual has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The previous day, May 9, an aerial vehicle flying at an altitude of 500 metres was reportedly shot down 6 kilometres away from a military airfield located in Voronezh Oblast.
Officers of Russia’s secret services found fragments of the downed UAV near a cemetery and sent it for examination.
Governor Roman Starovoyt of Kursk Oblast also reported that a UAV was shot down near the city of Kursk in the early hours of May 10. The connection between the two incidents is unknown at this time, and it is unclear whether they are related.
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