Several Africans Injured in UAV Attack in Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan: Reports

On Tuesday morning, a UAV attacked enterprises located in the Russian cities of Alabuga and Nizhnekamsk in the Republic of Tatarstan. The technological process of the enterprises was not disrupted; there was no serious damage, the authorities said, adding that at least 14 people were injured as a result of the attack.

Citizens of nine countries, including African ones, were injured in a drone attack in Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan, Russian media reported, citing the press service of the head of Tatarstan.

One of the victims is a student at Alabuga Polytechnic Educational Center, Otieno Macrene Ochieng from Kenya. The girl is now doing well.

“I am fine now. Those who attacked our hostel today are real barbarians, and they deserve serious condemnation. In my opinion, they wanted to intimidate us, but I want to tell you they did not succeed. You won’t scare me because Alabuga is a strong place and we’ll get through this,” she said in a video message published in the Telegram channel of the Alabuga Special Economic Zone.

A drone attack was carried out on firms in the Russian cities of Alabuga and Nizhnekamsk in Tatarstan on Tuesday morning. The technological operations of local companies were not affected and no serious damage was inflicted. Authorities reported that at least 14 individuals were injured in the attack.

Earlier, on March 23, Ukrainian drones attacked the Kuybyshevsky Oil Refinery in the Russian region of Samara, causing a fire outbreak, as well as attempted to attack another refinery, according to the region’s governor.

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