US Investigates Intelligence on Drone Strike Targeting Kremlin, Reports Media
Moscow, May 3 – CNN reports, citing sources, that analysts at the US command are studying intelligence, including satellite imagery and intercepted data, to understand the attempted drone attack on the Kremlin.
Earlier, the Kremlin press service said that the Kiev regime attempted on Wednesday evening to strike a drone at the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, and two devices were disabled. There were no injuries or property damage as a result. Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov later told the News Agency that the president was not in the Kremlin at that moment.
The channel’s story reads: “U.S. officials saw no indication at night by Russian or Ukrainian personnel that an attack was being planned… Senior analysts are looking at intelligence, including intercepts and satellite imagery, to see what might happen.”
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