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DIU confirmed responsibility for the most massive drone attack on Russia

DIU confirms involvement in massive drone attack on Russia

On the night of November 26, several regions of the terrorist state of Russia were under massive attack by kamikaze drones. Russian officials and propagandists traditionally claimed that all the UAVs were allegedly "successfully destroyed" by air defense forces.

In turn, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine confirmed our country's involvement in the largest drone attack on Russia. This was reported to OBOZ.UA by its own sources.

In the morning, Russia complained about drone attacks in Moscow, Tula, Kaluga, Bryansk, and Smolensk regions. At the same time, the Russian Defense Ministry said that all the UAVs were allegedly destroyed by air defense systems on duty. According to preliminary data, the drones attacked the territory of the aggressor country in several waves. The first UAVs flew into Russia at night. Some Russian cities reported another attack at about 8:30 a.m.

The invaders used their usual propaganda narratives, claiming that they had "stopped the Kyiv regime's attempt to carry out a terrorist attack."

Several drones were spotted in the Moscow region. In connection with this, Vnukovo and Domodedovo airports restricted their operations. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that "there were no casualties or serious damage" and that emergency services were working at the sites where the drone debris fell.

It is worth noting that a drone hit a multi-story residential building in Tula. At the same time, local governor Alexei Dyumin said that on the night of November 26, Russian air defense units "shot down two Ukrainian drones" over the territory of the Tula region. The official also said that one UAV lost control and hit an apartment building. Despite the three wounded and the damage to the building, the governor said that "there were no casualties or damage to infrastructure."

In addition to the Russian territories, temporarily occupied settlements in Ukraine were attacked. In particular, the leader of the terrorist "DPR" Denis Pushilin complained that after the drone attack in the pseudo-republic, some cities and districts were left without electricity.

As a reminder, on the night of November 26, powerful explosions occurred in Tula. Citizens of the terrorist country of Russia complained that the city was attacked by drones. The explosion resulted in a damage to a multi-story building.

Earlier, it was reported that on the night of November 26, Russia complained of a massive attack by about 20 drones. Some of them were flying to the capital of the aggressor country, Moscow, and were allegedly shot down. However, a multi-story building was hit in Tula.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of November 23, a strong explosion occurred at a power substation in the city of Lytkarino, Moscow region of the Russian Federation. It caused a blackout as a part of Lytkarino itself, as well as several neighboring settlements, lost power.

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