A drone attack was reported in New Moscow and the Moscow region: a military unit was allegedly targeted. Photo
Explosions occurred in the Moscow region on the morning of 21st June, with propagandists claiming that it was an alleged attack by unmanned aerial vehicles.
According to eyewitnesses, there was an explosion above the village of Lukino in New Moscow and a drone allegedly crashed into the nearby Pakhra River area. Russian propaganda Telegram channels have reported this (to see photos go to the bottom of the page).
Local residents heard a loud sound at approximately 5 am, and emergency services are currently working at the crash site. Propagandists claim that there were no casualties or damage.
Additionally, two more drones supposedly crashed near the village of Kalininets in the Naro-Fominsky district of the Moscow Region. The Kremlin propaganda claims that local residents heard two explosions five minutes apart at around 5:30 am, after which the wreckage fell and the area was cordoned off. Emergency services are working there now.
Moscow Region Governor Andrei Vorobyov has said that two aircraft-type vehicles crashed on approach to the warehouses of a military unit at around 5:30 am and 5:50 am as a result of military opposition. Vorobyov has stated that fragments were discovered, but no damage and no injuries were found. Special services are investigating, the area is being checked, and the zone is currently cordoned off.
On 30th May, New Moscow in Russia reported a drone attack in the morning where it allegedly crashed into a high-rise building, causing minor damage. Later that day, sounds of "cotton" were heard in Moscow and surrounding areas. Propagandists claimed that air defence had shot down approximately a dozen UAVs, commenting on the smoke over residential areas.
Prior to this, the Kremlin had accused Ukraine of the massive drone attack. Propagandists published a video of a powerful "cotton" in the Rublevka area, claiming it was the downing of a "Ukrainian UAV" which caused Russians to panic. However, some doubted the air defence system and assumed that it was an arrival.
OBOZREVATEL reported that the Russian Federation was in panic due to the expansion of the geography of strikes, with the citizens now fearing saboteurs and missiles.