Alarm in Russia: Drones are heading towards Moscow again

Russia says it shot down six Ukrainian drones on Thursday in the Kaluga region, about 200 kilometers southwest of the capital Moscow. The Defense Ministry in Moscow said it had thwarted “a terrorist attack by the Kiev regime using drones” in Kaluga.

During the night on Thursday, “six drones with the help of anti-aircraft systems” were shot down that were trying to “cross the Kaluga region,” regional governor Vyacheslav Shapsha said in the online service Telegram. There were no injuries or damage. He indicated that this region was not the target.

Moscow reports drone strikes

On Tuesday, Russia reported several drone attacks, including on the capital Moscow and the Crimean peninsula that it had annexed. According to Russian sources, a high-rise building in the Moscow business district was hit for the second time. Moscow blames Ukraine for the attacks.

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