Third time enemy drones have reached Moscow, it's a significant indicator - Sky News
This is the third time that enemy drones have been able to fly unimpeded into the centre of the capital of the terrorist state, Moscow. This is quite a significant indicator given that the drones caused damage despite the Russian authorities' claims that they had been neutralised.
This was reported by Sky News Moscow correspondent Diana Magnay. She noted that two non-residential buildings were hit during the attack, although it is not yet clear whether they were targeted by drones or damaged by air defence.
"According to a representative of the Ministry of Defence, they were shot down by electronic warfare, but they still managed to cause damage in the centre of Moscow," the journalist noted.
"Of course, we don't know whether they (UAVs - ed.) came from the Ukrainian border or were launched inside Russia by partisans or Ukrainian special forces. But this is the second time - the third time, if we take into account the drone strikes on the Kremlin over the past few months - that we have seen drones successfully hitting targets in the centre of Moscow," the article says.
As a reminder, on the night of 24 July, explosions occurred in Moscow, and the Russian authorities claimed an attack by "Ukrainian drones". Windows were smashed in one of the business centres, and smoke was visible near the building of the Russian Ministry of Defence.
The Defence Intelligence of Ukraine has stated that there will be more "cotton" in Russia and the territories it occupies. This process will continue and gain momentum until the aggressor's army leaves Ukraine.
"The fact that the 'cotton' is taking place in Moscow, directly in the square where the key institutions of the security and defence sector of the terrorist state are located, means that even such facilities and the sky above them are no longer controlled by the Putin regime," the agency said.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Moscow residents told about nighttime explosions in the Russian capital. They complained of a loud sound like thunder and recalled how grey smoke rose over the city;
- Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov refused to comment on the 24 July drone attack on Moscow. He said that this issue was within the competence of the terrorist state's defence ministry and noted that all UAVs had been neutralised by air defence forces.