Russia accuses Ukraine of massive UAV attack, guerrillas report Russia's military unit being hit in Dzhankoi
On November 24, the Russian Defense Ministry announced a massive attack on Crimea and the Volgograd region. Russian air defense allegedly destroyed 16 drones. Instead, Ukrainian guerrillas say that a Russian military unit was hit
This is stated in the Ministry.
"Last night, an attempt by the Kyiv regime to carry out a terrorist attack using aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicles against targets in the Russian Federation was prevented," the statement reads.
The Russian Air Defense Forces destroyed 16 drones, 13 of which were over the temporarily occupied Crimea and three over the territory of the Volgograd region.
Instead, the Crimean Partisans Telegram channel reports that the nighttime explosions in Dzhankoi damaged Russia's military units, air defense, radar and its personnel.
"There were also several hits on the military unit 57229/51 in the village of Kotluban, Volgograd region," the guerrillas write.
According to them, this military unit is an arsenal of complex storage of Russian ammunition. It was hit for the second time in a week.
On November 22, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that a Ukrainian drone attacked a group of Russian journalists in the Zaporizhzhia region, allegedly injuring one propagandist.