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"If not Beavers, then what are those?": Russia is confused about new Ukrainian drones that scared locals

Maryna LisnychukNews
Russia is confused about new drones that scared locals

Russia was confused about the nature of the drones that attacked five of its regions on the night and morning of November 26. They claimed that the drones were definitely "Ukrainian," but not like any of the previous ones they had encountered.

At the same time, the propagandists suggested that the drones reminded them of their "Geranium-1/2" (the Russian version of the Iranian Shahed-131/136 kamikaze drone used by the aggressor country to attack Ukraine). According to the Russian Defense Ministry, their air defense system "shot down" all the UAVs of the "Kyiv regime."

In particular, Russian Telegram channels spread a message about the "successful destruction" of two dozen "Ukrainian" drones in Moscow, Tula, Kaluga, Bryansk, and Smolensk regions.

''If not Beavers, then what are those?'':  Russia is confused about new Ukrainian drones that scared locals

One drone, allegedly jammed by electronic warfare systems, crashed into an apartment building on Novomoskovskaya Street in Tula. This resulted in damage to apartments and cars under the high-rise, injuries to several residents, and shock to the rest of Tula residents, as well as Russians from other regions where explosions occurred.

A photo showing how the territory of the house in Tula was surrounded by Russian special services to collect the wreckage of the UAVs and find out what kind of devices they were was posted online.

At the same time, propagandists are convinced that these are neither Ukrainian UJ-22 Airborne multipurpose UAVs, which are capable of carrying unguided aerial bombs, nor the Ukrainian long-range Beaver drones.

''If not Beavers, then what are those?'':  Russia is confused about new Ukrainian drones that scared locals

Russians came up with a version that the Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked Tula with drones made in the form of a "flying wing", which makes them look like the famous Russian "Geran" UAVs.

It is worth noting that the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine confirmed our country's involvement in this massive drone attack on Russia.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Russia boasted of the production of the Termit attack drones. According to them, these UAVs are supposed to carry laser-guided missiles.

Only verified information is available on OBOZ.UA Telegram and Viber. Do not fall for fakes!

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