Kaluga airport introduces 'Carpet' plan allegedly due to drone attack
On December 22, Russia's Defense Ministry accused Ukraine of allegedly carrying out massive UAV attacks. As a result, the Kaluga airport introduced the Carpet (Kover) plan
"The 'Carpet' plan was introduced at Kaluga airport after drones appeared in the skies over the region, departures and arrivals were delayed," the statement says.
Instead, the Defense Ministry says that four drones were allegedly destroyed in the Kaluga region.
Russia also reported an alleged attack on the Bryansk region. According to the ministry, 5 Ukrainian drones were destroyed over the territory of the region.
- On December 19, a drone attack was allegedly repelled in the Odintsovo urban district of the Moscow region. Three airports in the Russian capital were closed for the period of air defense.