President Russia Vladimir Putin get information in ‘real time’ about the series drone strike that hit the capital Moscow on Tuesday (30/5) morning. There were no reports of casualties from the drone attack, but a number of buildings were said to have suffered damage.
“The president’s working day starts very early,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said AFPTuesday (30/5/2023).
“He receives information in real time from the Ministry of Defense, the mayor of Moscow, the governor of the Moscow region and the Ministry of Emergencies,” explains Pekov.
A series of drone attacks reportedly hit the Moscow region from Ukrainian territory, causing ‘minor’ damage to a number of buildings. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said there were no reports of casualties so far.
“This morning, at dawn, the drone strike caused minor damage to several buildings. All the city’s emergency services are at the scene… So far no one has been seriously injured,” Sobyanin said.
There was no immediate response from Ukraine on the reports of the drone strike in Moscow.
It is known that Moscow, which is located more than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) from Ukraine, has rarely been the target of drone attacks since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, although such attacks are becoming more common elsewhere in Russia.
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