Broken offices and scattered papers: what is happening inside the Moscow City tower after the UAV attack. Video
Explosions were heard in the capital of the terrorist state of Russia on the night of July 30. The occupiers said they had allegedly repelled a UAV attack. However, the Moscow City office center sustained significant damage.
As a result of the explosions, windows were blown out in many offices. This is reported by Russian Telegram channels (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page).
Propagandists complained that after the UAV attack on the Russian capital, the cladding of the "IQ-quarter" in the Moscow City office buildings was damaged. Substantial damage was caused to the office buildings. The windows of the neighboring tower were also broken.
It is noteworthy that despite the explosions and damage, the Russian Ministry of Defense issued that one UAV was destroyed in the air by air defense means over the territory of Odintsovo district of Moscow region and two more were allegedly suppressed by EW means. Having lost control, they crashed into the territory of the complex of non-residential buildings of "Moscow City".
To remind you, Moscow complained about the attack of unknown drones on the night of Sunday, July 30 once again. One of them crashed into the Moscow City business center.
Earlier it was reported that three Russian ministries are located in the 50-story IQ-quarter building in the Moscow City business center, which was attacked by a drone on the night of July 30. These are the Russian Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Russians were shocked by the night attack of drones on Moscow. One of them took a video of the destroyed top of a Moscow City business district high-rise and another man said he saw a large white drone flying over the city and crashing into a building;
- Another Russian woman also filmed the consequences of the damage, complaining that "the tower was blown up." The footage shows that the glazing on the first six floors was blown out. The area of damage is 40 square meters.