Russia said it intercepted a Ukrainian attack on Crimea on Sunday, and Ukrainian drones also attacked Moscow.
Ukraine has launched a series of attacks targeting Crimea in recent days in its long-awaited counteroffensive against Russia. The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Sunday that its air defense systems shot down at least six drones targeting the Crimean Peninsula. Reuters reported.
Russian officials also said Ukrainian drones targeted Moscow on Sunday, with attacks inside Russian lines on the rise since Ukraine launched its counterattack. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that at least two Ukrainian planes were shot down near the Russian capital.
“According to preliminary data, there was no destruction or casualties at the wreck site. Emergency specialists are working at the scene.” cable About an attempted drone attack in the Istra region.
He also said that there was an attempted attack in the Ramensky district of the Moscow region.
At least 24 flights were delayed at airports in the Moscow region Russian state mediaThis is due to attempts to launch drone attacks.
Reuters reported that a Ukrainian drone also targeted an oil depot in southwestern Russia on Sunday, the region’s governor said.
“There are no casualties, all emergency services are working on the territory of the facility,” Oryol Region Governor Andrei Klychkov said on Telegram.
The governor of the Forenig region, Alexander Gusev, said via the Telegram application that a separate drone had been shot down in his region, noting that there were no injuries or damage.
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