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Police officers patrol the streets of Moscow with anti-drone rifles, according to Russian media

The capital russian has tightened security measures after the morning attack allegedly committed by Ukraine with drones against Moscowand police officers patrol some streets with anti-drone rifles, the official TASS news agency reported today.

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The police officers also carry out random car checks to verify documentationaccording to the same source.

The Russian Ministry of Defense has directly accused the “kyiv regime” of the “terrorist attack”.

The attack has caused minor damage to several buildings in the capital and two citizens have required medical assistance, according to the mayor, Sergei Sobyanin.

He explained that the emergency services They have taken all the necessary measures to study the structures of the damaged buildings after having to temporarily evacuate residents from three entrances of a house on the avenue Leninsky.

“The residents of the building in Leninsky Prospekt They will be the first to return to their apartments. specialists were instructed to remove minor damage to buildings as soon as possible”he wrote on his Telegram channel.

As previously stated by the mayor’s team, citing the Telegram channel Assetabout 25 drones participated in the attack, although the Russian Ministry of Defense He assured that there were eight unmanned devices and that they were all shot down.

The deputy of the duma (Low camera) Alexander Khinshtein published on his Telegram a list of places where, according to preliminary data, drones were shot down in the region of Moscow.

One of them would be Razdori, where there are dachas (country houses), private houses of officials and businessmen, and which is about a 10-minute drive from the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the independent journalists wrote. Farida Rustamova and Maxim Tovkaylo on his Telegram channel.

The head of the Commission for the Defense of the duma, Andrei Kartapolovtold the RBC newspaper that it is important to know what happened, because it is a “act of intimidation against the civilian population” and the attack has been designed to provoke “a wave of panic.”

He maintained that the attack was possible because Russia is a large country in size and “There will always be gaps through which a drone can escape anti-aircraft defenses.”

The prosecutor’s office Moscow has warned the residents of the capital that administrative cases can be opened and penalties for disseminating news considered false about the attack, after assuring that he has already found this type of information on social networks.

Source: Elcomercio

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