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Putin's palace may have been targeted: new details of drone attack on Russia emerge

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Ukrainian drones approach Putin's palace in Gelendzhik

The target of the drones that attacked Russia on the night of May 27 could have been the palace of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin in the city of Gelendzhik. The wreckage of the UAV, according to the Russians, fell in the village Krinica, where there are vineyards and a winery that may belong to the residence.

A statement was made by the governor of the Krasnodar Territory, Veniamin Kondratiev. He noted that all the UAVs were allegedly neutralized by air defense forces and that the wreckage of one of them damaged an "unfinished house" in Krinica. One drone also fell on trees in the village of Dzhankhot, located near the presidential residence.

This was not the first attempt to attack Putin's palace. Earlier, drones flew nearby on the night of May 17.

Putin's palace may have been targeted: new details of drone attack on Russia emerge
Putin's palace may have been targeted: new details of drone attack on Russia emerge
Putin's palace may have been targeted: new details of drone attack on Russia emerge

As OBOZ.UA has learned from its sources, at night, Ukrainian drones attacked a radar station in the city of Orsk in the territory of the aggressor country Russia. It is noteworthy that the object was hit at a distance of over 1800 km.

Until now, the most distant target attacked by Ukrainian drones was a facility in Salavat (Republic of Bashkortostan), which is located 140 km closer to the Ukrainian border than Orsk in the Orenburg region.

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