On Monday, November 14, a fire broke out in the village of Kozinka in the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation - tanks with diesel fuel were burning.
At the point of ignition, a thick black column of smoke rose into the sky.
This is reported by the Belgorod public, publishing photos from the scene of the fire.
The fire occurred in the Graivoronsky district, which is located on the border with Ukraine.
According to locals, the fire allegedly started due to an "arrival".
According to tradition, Russia blamed Ukrainian forces for shelling the village.
The governor of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, said that the village was apparently "under attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine".
There were no casualties as a result of the incident.
"As a result of a projectile hitting a farm, a container with diesel fuel is burning
. There are no casualties.
Emergency services and fire brigades are working on the spot," he wrote on the Telegram channel.
Russia attacks Kharkiv from Belgorod
Since the beginning of the full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian troops have been regularly shelling Kharkiv with missiles and artillery.
Usually, the Russian Federation fires missiles, launching modified S-300 missiles from Belgorod.
In particular, explosions rang out in the regional center on November 13 during an air raid warning.
One of the industrial enterprises in the city's Industrial district came under attack, the city council reported.
Fortunately, some of the Russian rockets fired from Belgorol often break up and fall on Russian territory.
So, in the evening of October 31, Russia fired rockets at Kharkiv Oblast again.
However, several rockets fell short of their destination and fell in Belgorod.
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