In a new escalation of the situation between the two countries, Moscow accused Ukraine of trying to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin via drones targeting the Kremlin on Tuesday.
The Russian presidency said in a statement Wednesday that the military took immediate action with the timely assistance of special services using radar warfare systems, until the vehicles were shut down.
Putin’s schedule will not change
It fell to the ground and scattered shrapnel, he said, while there were no casualties or material damage.
The Kremlin stressed that the Russian president was not hurt in the Ukrainian attack, stressing that Putin’s agenda has not changed, but will continue as usual.
He also noted that the Russian side reserved the right to take retaliatory measures where and when it saw fit.
He described the actions of the Kiev regime as an attempt to assassinate the president of Russia, who was not originally in the presidential building during the attack.
The presidency reserved the right to take retaliatory measures wherever and however, it saw fit, according to the statement.
Announced a ban on drones
It is noteworthy that the Kremlin had published photos of the Russian president on the job at his residence in the Novo Ogaryovo district of the Moscow suburbs.
He also announced a ban on drones over the capital after the attempted Ukrainian attack on the presidential building.
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