A Ukrainian drone hit a government building in the Russian city of Bryansk on Saturday, according to the regional governor.
Governor Alexander Bogomaz said that the drone struck the building, which houses the regional administration, at around 2:00 a.m. local time. The building was damaged, but no one was injured.
Bogomaz said that the drone was likely launched from Ukraine and that it was carrying explosives. He said that the Russian military is investigating the incident.
The attack comes amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Bryansk is located about 100 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.
The Ukrainian government has not yet commented on the attack.
The incident is the latest in a series of attacks on Russian territory that have been blamed on Ukraine. In recent weeks, there have been reports of Ukrainian drones striking Russian military facilities and oil depots.
The Russian government has accused Ukraine of carrying out these attacks, but Ukraine has denied responsibility.
The attacks have raised tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and they have also raised concerns about the potential for a wider conflict.
The United States and its allies have condemned the attacks on Russian territory, and they have warned Russia against further escalation.
The situation in Eastern Europe remains tense, and it is unclear how the attacks on Russian territory will impact the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.