Big attack on Russia on the last day of presidential elections, Ukraine attacked with 35 drones


On Sunday, Ukraine carried out several drone attacks on Russian territories one by one. These attacks were carried out at a time when Russians were voting on the last day of the presidential elections. With this election, Russian President Vladimir Putin will get another six years of rule. The Russian Defense Ministry reported shooting down 35 Ukrainian drones overnight, including four in the Moscow region.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said there were no casualties or damage. According to the Defense Ministry, two drones were shot down in the Kaluga region, just south of the Russian capital Moscow, and in the Yaroslavl region, northeast of Moscow.

Ukrainian drone shot down

Yaroslavl region is located about 800 kilometers from the border with Ukraine. Ukraine's drone attacks in the region are among the most far-flung attacks ever carried out. More Ukrainian drones were shot down in the Belgorod, Kursk, and Rostov regions bordering Ukraine and the southern Krasnodar region, the Defense Ministry said. Belgorod Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said Ukrainian shelling on Sunday killed a 16-year-old girl and wounded her father.

The drone fell on a refinery

According to regional authorities, a drone fell on a refinery in the Krasnodar region, causing a fire, which was extinguished a few hours later. Officials said a refinery employee died of a heart attack. Refineries and oil terminals have been major targets of Ukraine drone attacks.