Ukraine fired cluster munitions at a Russian village near the Ukrainian border today, damaging houses, the governor of Russia’s Bryansk region said.

According to preliminary information, there were none victims during the bombardment of the village of Klimovo, governor Alexander Bogomaz said via the Telegram platform.

Reuters was unable to independently confirm the governor’s statement, which he made without releasing any video or photos. So far there is no comment from Ukraine.

Ukraine has received cluster munitions from the United Statesbut is committed to using them only to repel concentrations of enemy forces.

Russian officials in Bryansk and other regions bordering Ukraine have repeatedly accused Kiev of indiscriminate shelling by Ukrainian armed forces.

Cluster munitions they have been banned by more than 100 countries. They usually release small bombs that kill indiscriminately over a wide area. Those that don’t explode are a hazard for decades.