Drone Attacks in Moscow: What’s Known So Far


from Sputnik News:

After the drone attack on the Kremlin in Moscow earlier this month, UAV launches have been banned in Moscow and in many parts of the country.
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin said several buildings in the Russian capital were slightly damaged this morning in a drone attack.

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“In the early hours of this morning, a UAV attack caused minor damage to several buildings. No one has been seriously injured. All emergency services in the city are on the scene. Please only trust official sources of information and do not spread unverified information,” Sobyanin said.
Residents were evacuated from the two drone-hit buildings, Sobyanin said.
“For safety reasons, during the work of emergency services, measures were taken to evacuate residents of several entrances in two houses that were hit by a UAV. Immediately after the end of the work of special services, residents will be able to return to their apartments,” Sobyanin wrote on Telegram.
There were no serious injuries as a result of the UAV attack. Two Moscow residents required medical attention but did not need to be hospitalized, Mayor Sobyanin said.
Drones hit two residential buildings in southern Moscow: on Profsoyuznaya Street and Atlasova Street, no one was injured, a spokesman for emergencies services told Sputnik.

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