Moscow (EFE).- The Russian capital registered a drone attack against two non-residential buildings.
This was revealed by the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, shortly after the Ministry of Defense claimed to have thwarted an attempted attack with two unmanned aerial vehicles over the city.
“Today, around 04:00 (01:00 GMT), there were drone attacks on two non-residential buildings. There was no serious damage or casualties, ”Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on his telegram channel.
Previously, the Russian Ministry of Defense had reported “an attempt by the Kiev regime to carry out a terrorist attack with two unmanned aerial vehicles against installations on the territory of Moscow.”
According to the department headed by Sergei Shoigu, the two Ukrainian drones “were inhibited by means of electronic warfare and crashed”, without registering victims.
Fifth attack on Moscow
The last attempted attack against Moscow occurred on July 4, when Defense claimed to have thwarted a terrorist attack with five drones launched by Ukraine against New Moscow, an administrative district of the Russian capital, and the Moscow region.
Previously, Russia reported on June 21 the downing of three drones that were trying to attack facilities in the Moscow region.
Two of the most notorious attacks against the Russian capital that did succeed occurred in May, one against several apartment buildings that caused “minor damage” and another against the dome of the Senate Palace, which is part of the Kremlin complex in Red Square.