Unknown saboteurs attack military facilities in Moscow, Kaluga regions
Ukrainian intelligence says that on the night of 24 September, unknown saboteurs attacked military facilities in Russia's Moscow and Kaluga regions, damaging equipment
This was reported by the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine.
"On the night of 24 September, unknown saboteurs caused more explosions on the territory of the aggressor country, having distinguished themselves with successful actions in the Moscow and Kaluga regions," the statement said.
It noted that a fuel tanker was destroyed on the territory of the military camp of the 2nd Marine Division of the 1st TA. In turn, 4 vehicles with trailers were destroyed on the territory of the military camp of the 60th armoury of the city of Kaluga.
- On the morning of Sunday, 24 September, Russia reported that a Ukrainian UAV had hit the administrative building of the city of Kursk. Ukrainian intelligence confirmed that the building of the Russian Federal Security Service in the city was hit, and later an oil refinery.
On the night of July 30, the Russian capital was attacked by drones that were allegedly shot down by air defences. The building of the Moscow City business centre, which houses the offices of several Russian ministries, was damaged.
On the night of August 1, drones attacked Moscow again - one of the UAVs hit the Moscow City tower, the Russian Defence Ministry blamed Ukraine.
On the night of August 22, another drone attack on Moscow took place. Authorities report four drones shot down by air defence. There are damaged houses and cars.