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Russian Federation complained about a mass drone attack on Crimea, reporting all of them shot down once again

Russia complains about drone attack on Crimea

Russia has once again complained of an alleged attack by "Ukrainian" drones on the temporarily occupied Crimea. At the same time, they traditionally boasted of the "successful" downing of all targets. They reported as many as 16.

According to the invaders, the drones were flying not only over the peninsula but also in the territory of the Russian Federation. This information was shared by the aggressor country's Ministry of Defense.

It should be noted that on Friday night, residents of Dzhankoi complained about the explosions. Some of the occupiers' supporters claimed that "air defense systems were working," while others reported seven hits.

Russian Federation complained about a mass drone attack on Crimea, reporting all of them shot down once again

However, the Russian Defense Ministry assured that there were no strikes and that the nighttime explosions were the result of "the intention of the Kyiv regime to carry out a terrorist attack" on Russian targets using UAVs.

Russian air defense allegedly "shot down" 13 drones over the Crimean peninsula and three more over the territory of the Volgograd region of the Russian Federation.

As usual, the occupiers claimed that everything went off "without casualties, injuries, or any damage."

As OBOZ.UA reported, it took Russia ten days to recognize the death of Ensign Denis Nikitin as a result of a drone strike in Crimea on November 10 when Ukrainian intelligence officers sent two small landing ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet to the bottom. Earlier, the occupiers reported that they had successfully repelled that attack.

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