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Mines fired from Ukraine fall in Russia’s Rostov region - FSB

There have been no casualties or damage

MOSCOW, February 26. /TASS/. Three mines fired from Ukraine fell in Russia’s Rostov region, the Federal Security Service (FSB) said in a statement.

"On February 26, the FSB Border Service in the Rostov region reported gunfire from Ukraine and three 120 mm mines that fell near the Nizhnekamyshinsky settlement in the Millerovsky district of the Rostov region. There have been no casualties or damage," the statement reads.

The Russian Investigative Committee said on February 25 that at least 14 munitions had fallen in the Rostov region and a building belonging to the regional branch of the FSB Border Service had been destroyed.