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Russia claims to have shot down two drones in the Moscow region

Russia claims to have shot down two drones in the Moscow region

A third drone would have been shot down in Kaluga and a fourth would have fallen near a military installation.

Moscow night view Reuters

The Russian authorities reported on Tuesday that they have shot down two drones in the New Moscow region and a third in the Kaluga regionin western Russia, with no injuries or casualties reported.

The Russian emergency services, which are working in the area where the remains of the drones have fallen, have reported that the air vehicles have been detected and intercepted.through electronic warfare“, as the TASS news agency has learned.

“According to preliminary data, (they are) three drones that were heading towards Moscow at different times. We eliminated two of them in New Moscow, one in the Kaluga region,” a spokesperson told the aforementioned agency, which pointed out that an alleged fall of an unmanned aerial vehicle is also being verified near Moscow.

Subsequently, a fourth drone crashed near a military installation in Kubinka, also in the Moscow region, according to the same sources. The authorities have not reported casualties or damage..

Ukrainian drone strikes focus on Russian war logistics, though kyiv has not acknowledged any of these strikes.

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