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Russia blamed Ukraine for a Drone Attack on the Kremlin.

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Following Ukraine’s drone attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin residence, Moscow is left with no choice but to physically eliminate Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “and his clique,” said Dmitry Medvedev on his Telegram channel, according to TASS News Agency.

Medvedev stated on his Telegram channel, “After today’s terrorist attack, there are no options left other than the physical elimination of Zelensky and his clique.”Zelenskyy, according to Medvedev, “is not even required for signing an instrument of unconditional surrender.”

Earlier, Russia claimed that Ukraine attempted to assassinate President Putin, calling it a “terrorist attack” and alleging that it fired down drones above Putin’s residence.

Russian President Vladimir Putin was not hurt in the nighttime drone raids on the Kremlin, and Russia considers the drone attacks to be an assassination attempt, the President’s press staff declared on Wednesday, according to Russia Today.

Ukraine, according to Putin’s team, launched two drone attacks overnight with the purpose of hitting his Kremlin apartment.

“The head of state was not in the Kremlin at the time of the “Ukrainian UAV strike” on Tuesday night,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

He further stated that President Putin is presently working from his home near Moscow.The drones were destroyed using electronic warfare tactics with no injuries or damage, according to the press office.

According to a story in Russia Today, the message stated, “The President of the Russian Federation was not injured as a result of this terrorist act.” His job schedule has not changed; it remains the same.”

According to Russia Today, the Kremlin also stated that the Russian side reserves the right to take retaliatory steps as it deems proper.

Peskov also stated that the incident will not disrupt the Victory Day parade, which is set to take place on Red Square on May 9.

According to the Kremlin, both of the UAVs that had targeted the Kremlin were shot down prior to being shot down.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has denied responsibility for what Russia claims was an assassination attempt on Russian President Vladimir Putin, following an apparent drone attack on the Kremlin.

“We don’t attack Putin or Moscow,” Zelenskyy stated during a press conference in Helsinki.

According to CNN, Ukraine’s president stated that the country does not have adequate armaments to deal with occurrences like these.

“We fight on our land, defending our villages and cities.” We don’t have enough weapons to deal with this. That is why we don’t utilise it anywhere,” Zelensky added. “That is the deficit for us; we cannot spend .”

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