MOSCOW, April 30. /TASS/. The Krupets checkpoint in the Kursk Region has come under mortar fire from Ukraine, there are no casualties or destruction, Governor Roman Starovoit wrote on his Telegram channel on Saturday.
"Several mortars have been fired on the Krupets checkpoint in the Rylsk district from Ukraine. No one was killed or injured. There is no destruction," he wrote.
On Friday, the regional governor reported that a border checkpoint in the Rylsk district had been shelled. On April 23, the checkpoint on the Russian-Ukrainian border in the Glushkovo district of the Kursk Region came under mortar fire from Ukraine.