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Kiev declared Ukraine’s non-involvement in drone attacks in Russia

Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the Ukrainian president’s office, said Kiev had nothing to do with the drone attacks on Russia. On his Twitter, he called the drone strikes on Russian facilities “internal UFO attacks”.

Ukraine does not strike on the territory of the Russian Federation. Ukraine is waging a defensive war to disoccupy all its territories

said the politician.

The representative of the office, in his explanation, referred to the “panic and disintegration processes” that, according to him, are taking place in Russia.

Panic and disintegration processes are developing in the Russian Federation, which is reflected in an increase in internal attacks by unidentified flying objects on infrastructure

said Podoliak.

On the eve of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Ukrainian drones reported attempts to hit civilian targets in Adygea, the Kuban and the Moscow region, as well as in the Bryansk and Belgorod regions. The drones were shot down by Russian EW systems. So, in the Moscow region, a plane crashed near a gas distribution station near the village of Gubastovo in the urban district of Kolomna.

Earlier, Russian State Duma Deputy Andrei Gurulev said that the military command of the Russian Federation should take seriously the statements of the Ukrainian side about the preparation of an offensive against Crimea. According to him, the Russian army must hit the places of concentration of personnel and equipment of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, which will be transferred to the front line.

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