How many drones were fired at Moscow on Tuesday morning?
After the drone attack on Moscow at dawn on Tuesday, contradictory information is communicated. Officially, the Russian Ministry of Defense indicated that eight drones were fired at the Russian capital and then neutralized.
According to the Telegram Baza channel, which has reliable sources within the security services, around 25 drones were fired, says Reuters.
The Russian channel RBK, for its part, quoted an anonymous source at the Ministry of Defense, according to which more than 10 drones were shot down.
Moscow mayor reports two injured
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin on Telegram reported two injuries, one of whom was hospitalized, during the drone attack that hit the Russian capital on Tuesday morning. In addition, no deaths are to be deplored.
Residents of several apartments were briefly evacuated, while Moscow airports remained open.
Ukraine says it shot down 29 out of 31 drones over kyiv and its region
According to the Ukrainian Air Force, which communicated via Telegram, 29 explosive drones out of a total of 31 were shot down overnight from Monday to Tuesday in a new Russian “massive attack” over Kiev and in his region, the third in 24 hours.
“From 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. (local time, editor’s note), Russian occupation troops attacked Ukraine” with 31 Iranian-made Shahed-136/131 drones, 29 of which were shot down, “almost all near the capital and in Kyiv’s sky.”
During this attack, a 27-year-old woman was injured and hospitalized. His injuries are moderate and are due to falling debris on the Holosiivsky district
Russia accuses kyiv of ‘terrorist’ act after drone attack on Moscow
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, which communicated via Telegram, the drone attack on Moscow on Tuesday is attributable to kyiv, which is accused of “terrorist attack”.
“This morning, the kyiv regime carried out a terrorist attack with drones against sites in Moscow,” the ministry said. “Eight drones were involved in the attack,” he said, assuring that they had all been neutralized.
Moscow targeted by drones, little damage according to the Russian authorities
According to the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, the Russian capital was this Tuesday morning the scene of a drone attack which caused “minor” damage to buildings without causing any casualties.
“All the city’s emergency services are on site (…) No one has been seriously injured so far,” the elected official wrote on Telegram.
Moscow and its region, located more than 1000 km from Ukraine, have so far only very rarely been targeted by drone attacks. According to the Russian authorities, however, the Kremlin had been targeted in early May by a similar attack.
Images posted on social networks showed traces of smoke in the sky. On others, you can see a window of a broken building.
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Source: BFM TV