Kremlin drone attack: ‘Putin unharmed’

Kiev would try to hit the Kremlin with drones today. This was reported by the press service of the President of the Russian Federation. “Russian military and intelligence agencies disabled two drones that attacked the Kremlin, no one was injured.” It was reported that unmanned aerial vehicles detected by radar systems were disabled. “There was no loss of life or property damage as a result of their fall and fragmentation,” the Kremlin said in a statement.

According to the Russian news agency RIA Novosti, Putin was not in the Kremlin, but at his residence in Novo-Ogaryovo in Moscow Oblast.

Russia reserves the right to respond to an attempt to attack the Kremlin whenever and wherever it sees fit. The Kremlin considers the assassination attempt on the Kiev regime a planned act of terrorism and an attempt to assassinate the President of the Russian Federation on the eve of Victory Day. Plans to hold a parade on Red Square on May 9 were not affected.

A neighborhood association’s telegraph channel mentions “two explosions, sparks in the sky and people with torches along the walls” around 2:30 am.


Immediately after the explosions, the lights of the Russian administrative complex were turned off.


Moscow Mayor Serghey Sobyanin ordered a ban on drones flying over the capital.

Source: Today IT

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