Updates & Videos – BLASTS IN UKRAINE after DRONES ATTACK on the KREMLIN. Moscow: “Foiled Putin’s Assassination Attempt. No Choice but to Eliminate Zelensky”
by Gospa News Editorial Staff
Explosions and Air-raid alerts reported in many parts of the country, including Kiev
Ukrainian media reported a series of explosions in the capital and several other cities with air defenses activated to repel alleged Russian drone and missile attacks on Thursday morning.
«Several blasts were heard in Kiev after the city’s administration warned the residents of an incoming attack around 2am local time, according to news agency UNIAN» according to Russia Today.
At the same time at least explosions blasts were reported in Odessa, news agency RBC Ukraine reports. Local residents shared unconfirmed photos and videos of the purported strikes on Telegram.
Calls on the public to heed warnings about missile threats have also come from Nikolayev, Poltava, Chernigov, Sumy, Kharkov and Dnepropetrovsk regions, among others.
The Russian Defense Ministry has so far not commented on the alleged strikes.
The reported strikes come after Ukraine allegedly launched two drone attacks intended to strike Russian President Putin’s Kremlin residence. The aircraft were downed using electronic warfare measures and did not cause any casualties or damage, according to the Russian president’s office.
“We consider this a preplanned terrorist action and an attempt against the Russian president,” a message from the Kremlin read. Russia reserves the right to retaliate in a manner, place, and time of its choosing, the statement added.
“Kiev regime’s leaders to be inevitably punished” Russian Defense Ministry
“The attack on the Kremlin, assassination attempts on political leaders, acts of sabotage at railways, electricity transmission lines, and infrastructure facilities, including the explosion of the Crimean Bridge, and gas pipeline blasts, are the facts of terrorist activities of the Kiev regime and its sponsors,” Vladimir Vasilyev, leader of the ruling United Russia party’s faction in the State Duma, or lower house of Russia’s parliament, was quoted as saying on the faction’s Telegram channel.
«The Kiev regime’s ringleaders and their minions will be tracked down and inevitably and properly punished, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told a news briefing on Sunday» TASS Russian News Agency reported.
“All faces, voices, telephones, whereabouts, IP-addresses and messages among all Ukrainian Nazis, who are responsible for humiliation and torture of our comrades are being identified and put on record. The same concerns the ringleaders of the Kiev regime and their minions, who call for torture of Russian soldiers in violation of the prisoners-of-war treatment convention. All of you will be tracked down and inevitably and properly punished,” he said.
After drone attack on Kremlin Russia has no choice but to eliminate Zelensky — Medvedev
“After today’s terrorist attack, there are no options left other than the physical elimination of Zelensky and his clique.”
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, according to Medvedev, “is not even needed for signing an instrument of unconditional surrender” the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, said on his Telegram channel on Wednesday.
“Hitler, as is known, did not sign it either. There will always be some substitute,” Medvedev wrote.
«US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who infamously lies about Russia, says he “cannot validate” these claims and “would take anything coming out of the Kremlin with a very large shaker of salt.”» The Gateway Pundit reported.
The US “is not encouraging or enabling Ukraine to strike beyond its borders,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Wednesday. Jean-Pierre spoke after an attempted drone attack on the Kremlin, which Russian officials have pinned on Kiev.
Top Russian MP calls for use of weapons ‘capable of destroying Kiev regime’
According yo Russia Today, Senior Russian lawmaker Vyacheslav Volodin has called on Moscow to use any weapons necessary to remove the “Nazi regime” in Kiev. The comments followed a failed Ukrainian drone attack on the Kremlin that allegedly targeted President Vladimir Putin in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
“The terrorist act against the president is an attack on Russia,” Volodin, who serves as State Duma chairman, said in a Telegram post.
“[Vladimir] Zelensky, who gave orders to carry out terrorist attacks, now stands on a par with other international terrorists,” he added, referring to the Ukrainian president. Volodin claimed that the government in Kiev is as dangerous as groups such as Al-Qaeda and Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).
Drones Attack to Kremlin after a long series of Ukrainian Sabotages and Assassination in Russia
Russia reports an attack with two drones on the Kremlin for an attack on President Vladimir Putin and announces energetic responses but the Kiev government spokesman denies any responsibility saying that it is not among their goals to attack other countries.
The denials of Volodymir Zelensky’s Ukrainian regime might even have been credible if they hadn’t come to the end of a long series of attacks on sensitive targets in which the Russian intelligence FSB has always identified the hand of Ukrainian terrorists.
In both the August 2022 bombing attack on journalist Darya Dugina, daughter of Russian Christian philosopher Alexander Dugin, and the February 2023 bombing of blogger and former Donbass fighter Vladlen Tatarsky, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) identified the mastermind of Kiev.
But the responsibilities of the Ukrainian secret services had also emerged in relation to the sabotage of the Kerch bridge which connects Crimea to the Russian region of Krasnodar as well as in the numerous attacks on the Russian border city Bryansk.
It was targeted by an attack by Ukrainian saboteurs on March 2, 2023, triggering the retaliation of the Moscow army which launched 84 missiles on Ukraine, including at least 6 Kinzhal, very lethal because they cannot be intercepted.
In recent days, Bryansk has again been targeted with drone attacks and a suspected explosion that derailed a train.
The impression is that the Kiev regime, supported by neo-Nazi paramilitary groups, wants to provoke an escalation of the conflict with continuous provocations after the repeated defeats in the field that make a counter-offensive in the Donbass difficult.
This is why Zelensky’s strategy, ever more a servant of NATO and the Weapons Lobby, may be to deliberately cause a reaction with Putin’s nuclear weapons to justify the outbreak of a war without borders.
This would be very dangerous for Mediterranean Countries due to the presence of Admiral Gorshkov frigate in Syrian Tartus harbor with the Zircon missile which can be load an atomic warhead,
Kiev’s drones attacked Kremlin at night, Putin unharmed
Russian President Vladimir Putin was not harmed and continues to work as usual after Kiev’s attempted drone attack against the Kremlin this night, the presidential press service said on Wednesday.
“The Russian president was not harmed as a result of the terrorist attack. His schedule has not changed and continues as usual,” the press service said.
An unverified video circulating on social media shows show the moment one of the drones struck the Senate Palace. The footage shows the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) approaching the building at a low altitude, before blowing up right over its dome. The blast appeared not to have dealt any significant damage to the building, as even the flagstaff with the presidential banner remained in place after the attack.
«According to the press service, this night “the Kiev regime carried out an attempt to deliver a strike by unmanned aerial vehicles on the Kremlin residence of the Russian president.” “Two unmanned aerial vehicles targeted the Kremlin,” it said» Tass Russian News Agency reported.
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“As a result of timely actions taken by military and special services using electronic warfare systems, the drones were disabled,” the Kremlin stated. “Their fall and the fragments scattered around on the territory of the Kremlin caused no casualties or material damage,” the press service stressed.
The Russian president on Tuesday worked in St. Petersburg, where he gave the go-ahead to resume tram traffic in Mariupol via video link, held a meeting with the government and a number of other working meetings. Putin also met in person with famous Russian conductor Valery Gergiev, who marked his 70th birthday.
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that on Wednesday Putin is working in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, where he met with Nizhny Novgorod Governor Gleb Nikitin.
Kiev: our goal is to free the country, not hit others
“We have no information on the alleged attacks against the Kremlin, but as President Zelensky has repeatedly stated, Ukraine is using all its forces and means at its disposal to liberate its territories and not to attack others.”
Thus the spokesman of the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, Sergei Nikiforov, told BBC news. According to Nikiforov, the real attack is against the inhabitants of the buildings in Dnipro and Uman recently hit by Russian missiles.
“What happened in Moscow is obviously an attempt to escalate the situation ahead of May 9,” he added. Victory Day is celebrated in Russia on May 9 in memory of the triumph over Nazi Germany in World War II.
Russia’s response to drone attack on Kremlin must be as harsh as possible, says lawmaker
Moscow’s response to the overnight drone attack on the Kremlin should be as harsh as possible. So far, everything points to the Ukrainian trail, Leonid Slutsky, the head of the State Duma’s Committee on International Affairs, said on Wednesday.
Ukraine attempted to attack the Kremlin in the early hours of Wednesday, using two drones, the Russian presidential press service said, adding that the drones were promptly disabled and there were no casualties in the incident. The Kremlin said that the incident was considered to be an attempted assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Russia retains the right to respond in kind “whenever and wherever it sees fit,” the press service added.
“The office of [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky, who is on a tour of Finland, is muttering some mindless rabble, excuses and statements about the non-involvement in the drone attack on the Kremlin. It’s very hard to believe, everything points to the Ukrainian trail,” Slutsky wrote on his Telegram channel.
According to him, there is no point in talking once again about the Kiev regime’s crossing red lines. “The purpose of the planned terrorist attack and assassination attempt on the Russian president was, undoubtedly, to sow panic among the Russians on the eve of Victory Day. Therefore, the response should be harsh, as harsh as possible,” the lawmaker added.
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