Mysterious drones were spotted near military unit in Moscow suburbs that "covers" the sky over Russia's capital

Drones. Illustrative photo
Drones. Illustrative photo

Three unidentified drones were spotted near New Moscow. They were flying near the military unit of the Russian Aerospace Forces, which provides air and missile defense of the aggressor country's capital.

One of the propaganda Telegram channels, citing its own sources, reported on it on March 13. There are no details on when the incident occurred.

It is stated that the drones were monitoring a military facility. They allegedly took off from a forest belt near the unit and rose to an altitude of about 200 meters, but near the military unit "descended, circled and flew back." 

The UAVs were spotted by a checkpoint guard and patrol policemen, who reported them to the command. However, the drones were not shot down, even though they were flying in the air defense area.

"Law enforcement officers examined the forest, but found no traces of the drone operators. The UAVs were of a solid size and equipped with white and red warning lights," the propagandists wrote.

The next day, one of the drones was spotted again not far from the military unit. It was flying towards the Tatneft gas station near the village of Krasnopakhorske.

Mysterious drones were spotted near military unit in Moscow suburbs that ''covers'' the sky over Russia's capital

Recall, another source reported about drones near Moscow. It claimed that Russian police saw four UAVs on the night of March 10 in the same area. It is possible that this is the same case.

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