Source: six militants liquidated at attempt to break into Rosgvardia unit in Chechnya
Two of the attackers managed to escape, an interception plan was imposed on the territory of the Naursky district of the Republic.
A group of eight combatants tried to break through to the territory of the Rosgvardia unit in the village of Naurskaya in Chechnya, six of them were liquidated. This was reported by a TASS source in law enforcement agencies of the Republic.
"Six militants were killed, two more escaped," the source said.
According to the source, the battle occurred between 02:00 and 03:00 in the area of the checkpoint. The loss of Rosgvardia is being clarified, he added.
"The military unit declares high alert", the source concluded.
On the territory of the Naursky district, the interception plan was introduced. This was reported by the source in the law enforcement agencies of the North Caucasus Federal District.
"At present, the plan interception has been imposed in the territory of the Naursky district of Chechnya to capture the militants, who attacked the military unit of Rosgvardia," the spokesman said.
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