After the Moscow drone attack Zelensky says that war is coming back to Russia. On Sunday, President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine warned Russia’s invading forces after the Kremlin accused Kyiv of launching drone attacks on Moscow overnight.
According to a transcript, Zelensky stated in a televised address, “Today is the 522nd day of the so-called special military operation’ that the Russian leadership expected to last for a week or two.”
“Ukraine is getting stronger,” he added. “The war is gradually returning to Russian territory — to its symbolic centers and military bases — and this is an inevitable, natural, and completely just process.”
According to the Kyiv Times, a spokesperson for the Ukrainian Air Force stated that the drones were intended to influence Russians, who viewed Putin’s invasion as remote.
Yurii Ihnat added, “There is always something flying in Russia and Moscow.” Now, the conflict affects those who were previously unconcerned.
Focus in: The early Sunday morning attacks, according to Russian officials, resulted in no injuries, but two drones caused minor damage to office buildings. They reported that a third was shot down in flight.
Official Ukrainian representatives have not claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Expanding out: After the Kremlin accused Ukraine of launching drone strikes on Moscow and Crimea last week, Ukrainian officials said they planned to use more drones as part of a significant counteroffensive to expel Russian troops from their territory.