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Russia Claims Ukraine Attempted to Assassinate Putin with Drone Attack on Kremlin

Russia Claims Ukraine Attempted to Assassinate Putin with Drone Attack on Kremlin

The Kremlin was allegedly attacked by drones last night, according to the press service of the President of the Russian Federation. In response, Russian authorities have implemented a complete ban on all drone flights over the city.

The Kremlin reported that President Putin was not harmed in the attack and that his work schedule remains unchanged. The Russian government has reserved the right to take retaliatory measures as it deems appropriate.

However, a senior official in the Ukrainian presidential office has denied any involvement in the drone strike on the Kremlin. The official also suggested that Russia’s allegations of the attack could be a sign that they are preparing for a large-scale terrorist attack against Ukraine in the near future.

Meanwhile, the United States is attempting to verify Russia’s claims that Ukraine attempted to assassinate President Putin with the drone attack on the Kremlin. The situation remains tense, and the international community is closely monitoring the situation for any further developments.

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