A series of drone attacks have targeted Moscow, prompting the evacuation of some inhabitants. Drones caused damage to buildings in Moscow during an onslaught on Tuesday, according to Kremlin officials.
There were no significant casualties recorded, and several drones were reportedly destroyed as they approached Moscow. Two residents, however, got medical attention.
Sobyanin claimed: “According to information from the city’s medical services, at the moment none of the residents of the homes damaged by UAVs have been seriously hurt. Two people sought medical assistance.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on his Telegram messaging channel: “All emergency services of the city are at the scene of incidents.”
The Governor of the Moscow Oblast region, Andrei Vorobyov, also stated that numerous drones were shot down.
According to multiple Russian Telegram messaging groups, four to ten drones were shot down on the outskirts of Moscow and the surrounding region. It remains unclear who was behind the aerial attack on Russia’s capital.
According to the Russian news agency RIA, residents of a block on Moscow’s Profsoyuznaya Street were evacuated during the attack.
However, Ukraine’s military intelligence chief warned the Kremlin that Kyiv will respond quickly to Russian missile strikes.
Following Monday’s attacks on the Ukrainian capital, General Kyrylo Budanov declared, “All those who tried to intimidate us, thinking it would have some effect, you will regret it very soon.”
Buildings in Kyiv were set on fire Friday night after Russia started air attacks for the third night in a row. During the current onslaught, Ukraine’s military administration stated that more than 20 kamikaze drones were destroyed.
The latest onslaught on Kyiv is the seventeenth since the beginning of May.