Drone Attack Attempted on Russian President Putin
Moscow blamed Washington for the attack on the Kremlin. "Kiev is doing what it is told," Kremlin spokesman Peskov said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s residence in the Kremlin Palace was attacked by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The late-night attack brought Russia to its feet. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said, “We did not attack Putin.”
“Decisions Are Being Taken In Washington”
Commenting on the issue, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov blamed the United States for the attack:
We know that decisions on such terrorist acts are taken in Washington, not in Kiev.
“Their Denial Of The Attack Is Laughable”
“Kiev is doing what it is told,” Peskov said, adding that Kiev’s and Washington’s denial of the attack was “ridiculous.”
The Russian spokesman said that President Putin continued to work in the Kremlin today, “The President’s schedule never changes. Today he is working in the Kremlin.”
“It Is Very Important That Washington Understands That We Know This”
In his statement, Peskov said the following:
You understand that only a small part of this data has been disclosed. But it is very important that Washington understands that we know this and how dangerous this kind of direct involvement in the conflict is.
Dmitry Peskov noted that the Russian Investigative Committee and other bodies are thoroughly investigating the drone attack.
The Kremlin announced on Wednesday that two drones had attempted to strike the residence.