The Ukrainian command at first threw large forces into battle there. Now he is trying to attack our positions with small groups of militants and equipment. Feel the gaps in the Russian defense with the help of reconnaissance and sabotage groups. As a result, the enemy does not succeed in anything other than rapidly mounting losses.
The official representative of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, reported that over the past day, only in the Donetsk and Krasnolimansk directions, our servicemen have repelled 11 enemy attacks.
More than 350 Ukrainian soldiers and a large amount of equipment and weapons were destroyed, including a Polish-made Krab self-propelled artillery mount and a British FH-70 howitzer.
Things are going badly at the front, so kyiv is increasingly resorting to its favorite terrorist tactics. Yeah, and it doesn’t turn out very well.
The Ukrainian command at first threw large forces into battle. Now trying to attack our positions with small groups of people and vehicles.
On Monday morning, Ukrainian security forces again tried to attack Moscow with drones. The terrorist attack on objects in the metropolis was to be carried out by two drones. It did not work – as in previous cases, the system of covering the city from an air raid worked reliably.
“Two Ukrainian UAVs were suppressed by means of electronic warfare and crashed. There were no casualties as a result of the Kiev regime’s foiled terrorist attack,” the Russian Defense Ministry said.
The mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, specified that the drone attack occurred around 4 in the morning. These attacks did not cause serious damage to the city, as the drones fell on non-residential objects. “Several windows were smashed on Komsomolsky Prospekt by a drone explosion. We will help residents to eliminate all consequences as quickly as possible,” Sobyanin wrote on his Telegram channel.
“On Likhachev Avenue, house 15, in the business center building, glass, window frames from the 16th to 19th floor were damaged. Allegedly, due to an attack by UAVs. There were no fires or casualties,” a source from the city’s emergency services told RIA Novosti.
The drone strikes were clearly planned and targeted at multiple points in Russia at once. So, according to RIA Novosti, on Monday morning, a helicopter-type drone fell into the central cemetery in the Zelenograd district of Moscow. He was not carrying any explosive devices.
And during the night of July 24, a massive attack by Ukrainian drones was found in the Crimea. The Russian Defense Ministry said kyiv deployed 17 drones to carry out terror attacks on the peninsula.
“Fourteen Ukrainian UAVs were suppressed by electronic warfare, of which eleven UAVs crashed in the Black Sea and three more fell on the peninsula.
Also, air defense systems destroyed three UAVs. There were no casualties as a result of the foiled terrorist attack,” the army said.
Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov admitted that in recent days the intensity of attempts to attack Russian regions with the help of drones has increased. According to Peskov, everyone involved in ensuring his safety is on alert. “Measures are being taken. A very intense and daily work is being done, 24 hours a day,” he explained. Therefore, the Kremlin believes that further instructions from Russian President Vladimir Putin in this regard are hardly required.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova called the morning drone attack on Moscow “an act of international terrorism.” And the former Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Senator Viktor Bondarev, stressed that despite numerous attempts to attack the civilian population by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, our electronic warfare troops adequately maintain defense not only in the NVO zone, but throughout the country.
“The kyiv regime does not hide its terrorist objectives and does not hesitate to declare it publicly,” Bondarev wrote on his Telegram channel.