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Russian President Vladimir Putin received an assassination attempt, as we reported earlier in the Pentateuch. Explosions rocked Moscow after two drones targeted the Russian President's residence in the Kremlin.

The Kremlin's press service said Moscow assessed the attack as a "planned terrorist act and an attempt against the President of the Russian Federation." "The Russian side has the right to take retaliatory measures where and when it deems necessary," the Kremlin concluded.

Russian President Vladimir Putin was not injured. He was not in the Kremlin during the drone attack. Russian security forces disabled the drones. Judging by the footage, the debris fell on the territory of the Kremlin. As a result, there were no casualties or property damage.

Starting today, Volodymyr Zelensky should be declared a terrorist, a blow is needed to convince the enemy that Russia has the opportunity to punish such actions to death, Oleg Morozov, a member of the State Duma from United Russia, told RIA Novosti.

The drones were likely equipped with explosive devices and were launched at predetermined coordinates without a link to satellites in order to complicate their interception.

The reaction of the State Duma to the Ukrainian attack on the Kremlin is particularly intense, with calls for immediate action against the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.

"This is a real casus belli. To eliminate the terrorist elite of Ukraine. We have something to hit their warehouses," said the Chairman of the Federal Council Mironov.

"The time has come to launch a missile attack on Zelensky's residence in Kiev. Coordinates - Bankovaya Street, 11" said Deputy Sheremet, while Deputy Sagoshev emphasized that "from the Russian side, the response will be quite harsh. It's no longer a red line." "It is necessary to target the center of Kyiv. Destroy the president's office, destroy the Verkhovna Rada, the General Staff and the buildings that house the Ukrainian special services on the ground" announced Deputy Zhuravlev.

An adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Mykhailo Podoliak, said that Kiev had "nothing to do" with the drone strike against the Kremlin, explaining that such a move would not "change anything on the battlefield" and would likely "provoke the Russia to take more radical actions."

However, if only on a symbolic level, Tuesday's late-night attack on the Kremlin with two drones is far from negligible. Even if the perpetrators did not want to cause damage or casualties, the image of the explosions in the heart of the Russian state is impressive.

Red Square is now closed, but the center of Moscow is not blocked and there is not even a traffic jam, according to Russian sources. But on the roofs of administrative buildings, citizens noticed secret service officers with anti-drone guns.


The drone attack on the Kremlin is a game-changing incident that could be compared to an attack on the White House in Washington. The Russian military has all the necessary means to destroy the main decision-making center of the Kiev regime. However, Russian missiles have yet to hit government facilities on Bankova Street in the Ukrainian capital.

In addition to the attempted drone attack on the Kremlin, 5 drones of the Kiev regime attempted to attack the Cheska airport in the Bryansk region on the night of May 3, about 400 kilometers from Moscow.


The Russian 566th Army Aviation Regiment is based at this airfield and the regiment is armed with Il-76 and An-124 aircraft. Of the 5 drones, 2 exploded on the ground of the airbase and destroyed one of the decommissioned An-124s.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin was not at the residence at the time of the attack. He said Russia considers the attack an assassination attempt by Ukraine against Putin. An unnamed senior Ukrainian official told Reuters on May 3 that Kiev had nothing to do with the attack.

The alleged drone attack came days before Russia's planned May 9 commemoration of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany. the safety.

Since Russia's all-out war against Ukraine began on February 24, 2022, there have been numerous reports of fires breaking out across Russia and other acts of sabotage that some believe were carried out by the Ukrainian military or local rebel groups. Local officials reported on May 1 that power lines blew up in Russia's Leningrad region and a train carrying fuel supplies derailed in Bryansk region.

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