According to the source in the Main Intelligence Directorate (HUR), a vehicle belonging to border guards was fired upon on the outskirts of the village of Ulitsa, resulting in the death of Lieutenant Colonel Sergey Shaty.

“The deputy head of the rear management department of the border troops of the FSB of the Russian Federation, Lt. Col. Sergey Shaty, has been eliminated,” the source said.

On its Telegram channel, the RDK released pictures of the incident and said that “a sabotage and reconnaissance group of the corps successfully ambushed enemy transport in the Bryansk region."

Additionally, RDK fighters have pledged to release video of the at a later time. No further details have been disclosed.

The Russian Telegram channel Baza reported that the attack on the UAZ "Patriot" by Russian border guards occurred on the outskirts of the village of Ulitsa in the Bryansk region.

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The village is located precisely on the border of Ukraine and Russia, adjacent to the Ukrainian Sumy region.

Russian Telegram channels stated that around 4 o'clock in the afternoon on Thursday, November 9, gunfire erupted from an automatic weapon targeting the border guards' vehicle.

Baza also mentioned that the victim was FSB Lieutenant Colonel Sergey Shaty, who is reported to have died at the scene.

As of now, neither the FSB of Russia nor the Russian Ministry of Defense has officially commented on the situation.

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