Mikhail Galuzin, Deputy Head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that Ukraine attacked the Kremlin with drones on May 3, without coordination with the West. reported that TASS.
“The Kiev regime has shown once again with its actions that no international legal, universal and moral norms mean anything to it. “As far as we understand, these steps by the Ukrainian authorities were not coordinated with their Western masters, who feared a possible escalation of the conflict,” he said.
At the same time, Galuzin noted that “none of them publicly condemned this sabotage.”
On the night of May 3, a drone loyalty Kremlin press service reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin attempted to attack his residence in the Kremlin. According to him, two drones were disabled as a result of timely actions using EW radar systems.
Later, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky couldn’t stand Behind the drone attack on the Kremlin.
A day earlier, White House spokesman John Kirby said that US officials cannot be confirmed Media coverage about Ukraine’s involvement in the drone attack on the Kremlin in early May.
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