Kyiv: Russia claimed to have thwarted a file Ukrainian drone attack On the The Kremlin He described it in the early hours of Wednesday morning as a failed assassination attempt against President Vladimir Putin and promised to respond to what it described as a “terrorist” act. The Ukrainian president denied this, saying: “We are not attacking Putin or Moscow.” His spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the Russian news agency RIA Novosti that Putin was not in the Kremlin at the time and was at his residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow.
The reported attack, which Russian authorities said took place overnight but provided no evidence to support it, has not been independently verified. Questions have also arisen about why the Kremlin took hours to report the incident and why its videos also appeared so late in the day. A video posted to Moscow’s local news channel Telegram, filmed across the river from the Kremlin, showed smoke appearing to billow over buildings.


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