SBU attack: explosions at Russian headquarters

The Security Service of Ukraine attacked the “election” headquarters of the Russian occupiers in the Zaporizhzhya region with kamikaze drones. This is reported by the media project NEXTA via the X network, formerly known as Twitter.

In the post NEXTA writes: “Two drones flew to the Russian headquarters in the occupied village of Skelki, Vasilyevsky district. The building was used to store ballots and documents. After the explosions, the occupiers cordoned off the surrounding streets, began personnel checks, and released their drones into the air, the SBU reports.” To this end, the NEXTA media project posts a video purporting to show the attack. The view of the suspected attacking drone approaching a house can be seen. Upon impact, the recording ends and the image turns black.

This information comes from a party to the conflict and has not yet been independently verified / confirmed. For this reason, the report must be evaluated with reservations. In war, it can be advantageous for parties to make false statements about the course of the conflict in order to strengthen their own position or weaken the position of the opponent.

Image:, Vladimir Putin (2022-09-21), CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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