Kremlin drone Zelensky denies Ukraine attacked Putin or Moscow

Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has refuted claims that his nation launched a drone strike on the Kremlin, which Russia claims was an attempt to kill President Vladimir Putin.

 

“We don’t criticise Moscow or Putin. On our land, we continue to battle. On a visit to Finland, he declared, “We are defending our villages and cities.

 

The office of the Russian president reported its defences shot down two drones overnight.

When and where it felt it was necessary, it threatened to take revenge.

Kremlin drone: Zelensky denies Ukraine attacked Putin or Moscow

Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has refuted claims that his nation launched a drone attack on the Kremlin, which Russia claims was an attempt on PrimeUnconfirmed video making the rounds online early on Wednesday morning shows smoke billowing over the Kremlin, a sizable government complex in the heart of Moscow. Two individuals can be seen climbing up the dome while a tiny explosion is visible over the Senate building at the scene in a second video.

The Kremlin was the target of an attempted attack by Ukraine, according to the Russian presidency, which called it “a planned terrorist act and an assassination attempt on the president.”

Officials said two drones targeting the complex had been disabled using electronic radar assets, adding that President Putin had not been in the complex at the time of the alleged attack.

But Ukraine has said the Russian accusations are merely a pretext for massive attacks on its territory and the US says it is treating the Russian claims with a lot of caution

One of the world’s leaders who is reportedly the most closely guarded is Mr. Putin. There has been exceptionally strict security at Putin events in Moscow that BBC correspondents have covered. This has included several checks, lengthy car convoys, and the closure of the airport’s airspace.

But if what the Kremlin is claiming is accurate, it will raise concerns about how adequately the president is protected.

There will also be scrutiny over the effectiveness of Russian air defences. In recent months, anti-aircraft systems have been spotted on Moscow rooftops in the vicinity of key buildings.

They have been placed there because the Kremlin is concerned that Ukraine, or those sympathetic to Ukraine, may attempt to carry out aerial attacks on high-value targets.

Whatever actually happened on Wednesday morning, the question now is how Russia will respond. Some officials have already called for tough action. Russian generals have warned many times of harsh responses to any strikes on Russian territory.

But it is unclear whether Russia has the capacity to carry out meaningful retaliatory strikes, or whether this incident will lead to any significant escalation on the battlefield inside Ukraine

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