War in Ukraine: new drone video over Moscow

War in Ukraine: new drone video over Moscow

At a time when mystery surrounds the drone attack that Moscow denounces from kyiv against Vladimir Poutine, a new video on Telegram shows yet another drone flying over Moscow. “What happens;” Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs adviser Anton Gerashchenko asked, commenting on the new video.

It is noteworthy that the Moscow municipal authority announced that it had banned the flight of drones.

After Moscow, St. Petersburg also banned drones from flying over the city, according to local newspaper Fontanka. The ban – decided after Russian authorities announced a drone attack on the Kremlin – will also apply until May 15 to flights within a 150 km radius of the former “capital of the tsars”.

A ban on the use of drones has also been passed in Serpukov, a town near Moscow, according to the local administration’s website.

Zelensky: We didn’t attack Putin or Moscow

We did not attack Putin, nor Moscow. We fight on our own territoryUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said after Russia accused kyiv of attempted to assassinate Vladimir Putin using drones targeting the Kremlin.

When asked why Moscow was accusing kyiv of attacking the Kremlin, the Ukrainian president replied that Putin had to motivate his people because he had no victory to show.

Putin survives a

The Sirens of War and the Chronicle of the Affair

A dangerous and brutal escalation is observed on the Russian-Ukrainian front, analysts speaking of an artificial crisis on the part of Moscow and the thermometer rising under the fear of a new major Russian military operation under the pretext of reprisals against Kyiv , which denies any involvement in the alleged drone attack on Vladimir Putin’s residence in the Kremlin.

As the United States and Europe express deep concern over developments ahead of the May 9 anniversary, known as “Victory Day” in Russia, which celebrates the defeat of the Nazis in 1945, new developments take shape on the front of the Russian invasion.

Air raid sirens sounded in Kyiv and parts of central and eastern Ukraine, shortly after Moscow blamed it for a drone attack in a failed attempt to kill Russian President Vladimir Cheese fries.

The powerful speaker of the Russian parliament, Vychislav Volodin, called for the use of “weapons capable of stopping and destroying the terrorist regime in kyiv”.

In statements posted on Telegram, Volodin said Russia should not negotiate with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelesny after the alleged attack, which kyiv denies.

Russia has previously said it is open to talks, but said it would start talks on its own terms.

A senior adviser to Ukraine’s presidency dismissed the accusation, saying it suggested Moscow was planning a major “terrorist provocation”.

The head of the Russian mercenary organization Wagner, Yevgeny Prigiozin, for his part said he believed Ukraine’s counter-offensive had already begun and that his forces were seeing increased activity on the front.

In a statement published by Wagner’s press service on Telegram, Prigozhin says the “active phase” of the counteroffensive could begin in the coming days.

The American reaction

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Russia’s allegation that Ukraine attempted to assassinate the Russian president in a drone strike was leaking, but added that he would take any information from the Kremlin with a grain of salt.

The war in Ukraine is already a strategic failure for the Kremlin, the US secretary of state has said.

Washington is trying to confirm Moscow’s accusation, a US official said earlier.

“We are still trying to confirm this information,” the US official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. “If there was something, there was no warning.”


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