The drone fell near Moscow. Russia’s Defense Ministry has accused Ukraine of attempting to carry out drone strikes

In Moscow on Tuesday, a drone fell with signs in Ukraine’s national colors. According to Russian independent media, unmanned aerial vehicles also fell in five other regions of Russia within 24 hours. The Russian Defense Ministry accused Ukraine of attempted drone strikes in the Black and Azov Seas and in Krasnodar Territory, another region in southern Russia, Adygea; Reuters reported that the efforts had not caused any damage.

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In Russia, confusion and confusion prevailed over drones. The local BBC editorial office reported on Tuesday that in several regions of Russia, reports of air raid warnings appeared on local TV and radio channels. Officials assured that the messages were caused by hackers.

Earlier, independent Russian media reported that a refinery in the city of Tuapse in the Krasnodar Territory was attacked using two drones that missed their intended target and fell near an oil storage facility. The incident took place during the night from Monday to Tuesday.

The drone fell near Moscow

The latest information talks about the machine that fell near the city of Kolomna, 110 km from Moscow. EAdvisor to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashenko tweeted that the incident took place near the Gazprom facility, 500 km from the Russian-Ukrainian border..

“Since drones (of enemies – ed.) can cover long distances, Putin should be very afraid to appear in public,” writes Gerashenko.

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In Adygea, the drone crashed in the town of Novizh. In turn, the authorities of the Bryansk region, which borders Belarus and Ukraine, announced that a drone appeared to have been shot down in the Chursk region (county – equivalent to PAP), that is, near the Russian-Belarusian border.

The reports coincided with an incident in St Petersburg, where airspace was temporarily closed on Tuesday and two fighter jets were scrambled. According to Russian independent media, the reason for these actions was the appearance of an unidentified drone-like object over the city.

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The BBC’s Russian editorial notes that the incidents appear to be a “well-planned operation” involving the use of different classes of drones and a simultaneous cyber attack.

The BBC also reminds us that Tuaps, for example, is far from Ukraine’s front line. If the drones are considered to have taken off from areas controlled by the Ukrainian military, they would have to fly more than 400 km to Krasnodar Krai and Adygea.

Most of the flight will be along the front lines and along the Ukrainian and Russian coasts of the Sea of ​​Azov.

What about Kiev? In some cases, the Russian Defense Ministry confirms that the drones have struck critical objects on Russian territory, while in others it explains that these were just exercises. However, as independent analysts point out, Russians live in fear that something could fall on their homes at any moment.

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