Russia: – The largest drone attack against Russia

Russia: – The largest drone attack against Russia

According to the Russian defense, Ukrainian drones attacked targets in six different regions of Russia last night.

The airspace over Pskov Airport in Russia was closed on Tuesday night as a result of an alleged drone attack on Tuesday night. He writes on a number of Telegram channels.

The Kremlin also claims it shot down drones over the Oryol, Bryansk, Ryazan, Kaluga and Moscow regions last night.

The Russian-appointed authorities in occupied Crimea reported Wednesday morning that they had repelled a drone attack on the port of Sevastopol.

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Six regions

Russia’s Defense Ministry accused Ukraine of attacking six Russian regions with drones in the early hours of Wednesday in what appeared to be the largest drone attack on Russian territory in the 18-month-old war in Ukraine, the news agency reported. ap.


Just after midnight Norwegian time, Russian aviation authorities were quoted by TASS news agency as saying that airspace was also temporarily closed over the three largest airports outside Moscow.

Pskov governor Mikhail Vedernikov wrote on Telegram that the Russian defense forces were working to repel a drone attack on the airport, Reuters reported.

Videos in Russian media show explosions and smoke.

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According to the Russian news agency RIA, the governor of the Pskov region confirmed that the air forces in the region shot down several drones.

According to the governor, no lives were lost.

Four transport planes

However, according to TASS, four Il-76 transport aircraft were said to have been damaged after the attack.

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Social media is now awash with videos purporting to show anti-aircraft guns, as well as explosions in the area.

RIA also posted a video showing flames on the horizon.

The airport is located in the Pskov region of western Russia, not far from the borders with Estonia and Latvia.

The Ukrainian authorities have not yet commented on the attacks. Nor do they usually take responsibility for attacks on Russian soil, according to the Associated Press.

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