Russia says Ukraine sent drones to kill Putin, vow responds; Kyiv denies the accusation

kyiv: Russia claims to have foiled a Ukrainian drone attack on the Kremlin early Wednesday, calling it a failed assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin and promising retaliation for what he called a “terrorist” act. The Ukrainian president denied it, declaring: “We are not attacking Putin or Moscow”. Putin was not in the Kremlin at the time and was at his residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, his spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Russian news agency RIA Novosti.
There has been no independent verification of the reported attack, which Russian authorities say happened overnight, but presented no supporting evidence. Questions have also arisen as to why it took the Kremlin hours to report the incident and why videos of it also surfaced so late in the day. Video posted on a local Moscow Telegram news channel, filmed across the river from the Kremlin, appears to show smoke rising above buildings.


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