Russia: Drone attack once again in Moscow, high buildings targeted; blame on Ukraine

Ukraine Drone Attacks In Moscow: Russia's anti-aircraft unit shot down a drone targeting Moscow in the early hours of Tuesday. According to military officials, during this attack, a drone crashed into the high tower where the attack took place last week. Russia's Defense Ministry accused Ukraine in a post on Telegram, saying Russian forces foiled a terrorist attack by the Kyiv regime.

Aug 1, 2023 - 08:23
Russia: Drone attack once again in Moscow, high buildings targeted; blame on Ukraine

A fierce war has been going on between Russia and Ukraine for the last one and a half years. Amidst the war, news has come that Ukraine has once again carried out a drone attack on Moscow.
Russian military officials say they have shot down a drone that targeted Moscow. However, during this attack, another drone crashed into the tall tower. Let us tell you that last week Ukrainian drones targeted two buildings in Moscow. No one was killed in this attack.
Russia's Defense Ministry said in a post on Telegram that its forces "thwarted a terrorist attack in Kyiv" and downed two drones in the suburbs west of the city center. The ministry added that during this time another drone was hit by radio-electronic equipment and went out of control and crashed into a complex of non-residential buildings in Moskva City.
Earlier, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that one of the drones that targeted the capital had targeted the same Moscow City tower that was attacked earlier in the week. One flew into the same tower of the Moscow City complex, which had also been affected earlier. The 21st floor was completely damaged during this attack. Glazing was completely destroyed over an area of more than 150 square meters. Sobyanin said that no one was reported injured in the attack.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer