Several drone strikes hit Crimea and Moscow overnight, destroying several villages on the Russian-occupied island and damaging buildings near the Defense Ministry in the Russian capital, Russian officials said Monday.
“Drone shooting at two residential buildings was recorded around 4 o’clock this morning,” Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. he said on Monday morning, adding that “there was no major damage or injuries.”
“Two Ukrainian UAVs were suppressed by electronic warfare and crashed” over Moscow, the Russian defense ministry said. he said in his statement, he accuses Kyiv of being behind the attack.
The drones are destroyed two houses in the capital of Russia, causing a while traffic jams, state news agency TASS said. One of these buildings is located near the Ministry of Defense of Russia, in the center of Moscow.
An arms depot in southern Crimea was also hit by airstrikes overnight, Moscow-based Crimean Governor Sergei Aksyonov said.
“We decided to evacuate people living in neighboring villages five kilometers from where the accident happened,” Aksyonov. he said. “According to preliminary information, there are no casualties.”
In other words, the Ministry of Defense of Russia too depending on attack in Kyiv, saying that a total of 17 drones were used in the attack.
Ukraine, which does not usually confirm or deny its role in the protests, has not claimed responsibility for the protests.
Moscow and Crimea are fighting several For the past few months, the Russian authorities have been accusing Ukraine.
The strategic Kerch Bridge connecting Crimea with Russia was hit twice this month.
In May, Russia said it had failure a plot to target President Vladimir Putin after the Kremlin was hit by a nighttime attack – for which Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy later denied responsibility.