Two Ukrainian drones have been shot down this Monday over Moscow through electronic deactivation systems without causing any fatalities, the Russian Ministry of Defense has reported.
“On the morning of July 24, an attempt by the Kiev regime to carry out a terrorist attack with two unmanned aerial devices against installations in the territory of Moscow was frustrated. With electronic means of combat the two Ukrainian drones were inhibited and crashed,” Defense said in a statement.
“Thanks to having repressed the attack, there have been no fatalities,” he said. Sergei ShoiguDefense Minister of Russia.
The last attempted attack on Moscow occurred last july 4thwhen Defense claimed to have thwarted a terrorist attack with five drones launched by Ukraine also against the Russian capital.
On June 21, Russia also announced the downing of three drones that were trying to attack military facilities in the Moscow region.
Two of the most notorious attacks against the Russian capital that did succeed occurred in May and were carried out with drones. One of them was carried out against several residential buildings that caused “minor damage”. The other, against the dome of the Senate Palace that is part of the Kremlin complex in Red Square, has been one of the most famous of the war.
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