"Kyiv hit Moscow": Shoigu complained about the drone attack, but tried to assure "successes"
The Defense Ministry of the Russian terrorist state complained about a drone attack in Moscow this morning. The terrorist agency has already managed to blame the Ukrainian authorities for the attack.
At the same time, the Russian Defense Ministry issued that allegedly all the UAVs were destroyed. Russian propaganda media wrote about it.
The Russian Defense Ministry called the drone flights over Moscow "a terrorist attack by the Kyiv regime." It also gave out that a total of eight aircraft-type drones were involved.
Not surprisingly, the agency reported the alleged destruction of all UAVs. They added that three drones were suppressed by electronic warfare, lost control and deviated from their intended targets.
Another five UAVs were allegedly shot down by the Pantsir-S surface-to-air missile system in Moscow Region.
In turn, Kremlin propagandists said that some of the drones hit residential buildings and published addresses where the UAVs were allegedly recorded falling. At the same time, Moscow complained about the lack of a satellite navigation signal in connection with the drone attacks.
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As a reminder, in the morning of May 30, Russia's New Moscow announced a drone attack: it allegedly crashed into a multi-story building, where there was an explosion and there was "minor" damage. Later, the sounds of the "bavina" reached Moscow Region - amid the smoke over residential neighborhoods, propagandists claimed that the air defense system had shot down about a dozen UAVs.
Earlier, it was reported that residents of the terrorist country Russia made hysterical online because of the "drone attack" in the Moscow region . Russians once again complained about the poor work of air defense, and also called for strikes on peaceful cities.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, against the background of the alleged drone attack that hit the Moscow region of the Russian Federation in the morning of May 30, propagandists published a video of a powerful "bashing" near Rublevka. They stated that it was a downed "Ukrainian UAV" and it really scared the Russians.