The Russian Defense Ministry announced that air defense prevented an attack by drones on Moscow this morning, and six more drones were reportedly shot down over the coast of the occupied Crimean peninsula in southern Ukraine.
The Ministry of Defense in Moscow announced that the Russian air defense stopped six drones along the western, northwestern and eastern coasts of Crimea.
The report on Telegram did not clarify whether there was any damage or injuries in Crimea.
They were also supposed to prevent an attack by drones on Moscow, specifically the districts of Istra and Ramenki.
“There was no damage or casualties at the site where the wreckage fell. Emergency services are on the scene,” the Moscow mayor wrote in a message on the Telegram network, according to the French news agency AFP Sergey Sobyanin.
A total of six flights were canceled at several Moscow airports, and at least 30 more were delayed. Cancellations and postponements of flights in the face of increasingly frequent threats due to Ukrainian drone attacks have already become a common move of the Russian authorities.
Damaged oil storage
Meanwhile, in southwestern Russia’s Orel province, a Ukrainian drone damaged an oil storage facility early this morning, causing a fuel tank fire that was quickly extinguished, the local governor said. Andrey Klitschko. At the same time, he announced that there were no victims in the attack.
Klitschko did not explain whether the remains of the downed plane fell on the warehouse or if the plane hit him in the attack.
Meanwhile, he is the secretary of the Ukrainian Security Council Oleksiy Danilov urged Ukraine’s allies to speed up the supply of weapons, as this is the only way to end the war.
“For example, the total or partial destruction of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, which is feasible, would greatly accelerate the process of Russia’s search for a way out of the war,” Danilov announced.
Meanwhile, another drone was shot down in the Russian region of Voronezh, the local governor announced Alexander Gusev and the Ministry of Defense. Gusev said there were no casualties or damage.
In the Tula region, however, the unmanned aircraft fell in the area of the logistics center, local authorities said. Even from there, no casualties or major damage to the infrastructure are reported.