Ukrainian drones attack on Kremlin Thwarted, Putin Safe

According to Kremlin, the event was both a “planned terrorist attack” and a “assassination attempt on the president of Russia.”


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The Russian presidential administration has verified that the Kremlin has claimed that it was assaulted by Ukrainian drones overnight in what it believes was an attempt on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s life.

According to the Kremlin, the event was both a “planned terrorist attack” and a “assassination attempt on the president of Russia.” Moscow has threatened to take “retaliatory measures” in response to the conflict’s sudden escalation.

The Kyiv government tried to launch a drone attack on the Russian president’s apartment in the Kremlin tonight. Two drones were pointed at the Kremlin, according to a statement from the Kremlin press office.

In reaction to what it describes as a planned terrorist attack and an attempt on the Russian President’s life, the Kremlin has released a statement. The statement, which was made public the night before Victory Day, the march on May 9, made clear that President Putin was not present at the alleged incident.

Moscow has threatened to take “retaliatory measures” in response to the conflict’s sudden escalation.

The Kremlin strongly condemned the attempt on the President’s life in the statement and reaffirmed its right to respond to the tragedy whenever it deems proper. The way the statement is written makes it clear that Russia takes this issue seriously and won’t think twice about taking steps to ensure the safety of its leaders.

The assertion was not immediately addressed by Ukrainian officials.

According to Kremlin, the event was both a “planned terrorist attack” (Photo credit: The Guardian)

Residents of Moscow reported hearing two explosions just after two in the morning local time, followed by the darkness.

Social media users posted videos of smoke filling the skies over the Kremlin.

Authorities claim that Ukraine launched a bold attack using two drones, both of which they claim were destroyed.

The TASS news agency claimed that there were no injuries.

Prior to its annual May 9 World War II triumph celebrations, when the former Soviet Union states commemorate their victory over Nazi Germany, Russia is presently putting additional safety measures in place.

The public activities had been restricted due to security issues connected to the war, according to officials.

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Defence of Ukraine Tweets Offensive Goddess Kali Caricature

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On April 30, a message from the Ukrainian Defence Ministry’s Twitter account went viral among the Hindu community. The tweet included a caricature of the goddess Kali, who is well-known as a representation of strength and femininity. However, many people thought Kali’s pose was inappropriate and disrespectful.

The Ukrainian flag was shown on Kali’s shield in the animation, and she was also clutching a sword marked “Ukraine’s Army.” An explosion from a bomb was visible in the backdrop. However, Kali’s pose caught the most attention because it seemed to imitate Marilyn Monroe’s well-known scene from the motion picture “The Seven Year Itch.”

The Ukrainian flag was shown on Kali’s shield in the animation, and she was also clutching a sword marked “Ukraine’s Army.”

After the photo was published, the Indian community launched a fierce backlash against the Ukrainian government, forcing the Defence of Ukraine to remove the tweet. Goddess Kali being shown beside actress Marilyn Monroe in the midst of a bomb detonation caused controversy.

The most recent visit by a Ukrainian minister to India since the commencement of the Ukraine war in February of last year was that of Dzhaporava. During her visit, Meenakshi Lekhi, Minister of State for External Affairs, spoke with the Ukrainian minister.

Following strong criticism and backlash from Indians, the Ukraine Defence Twitter account deleted the tweet and issued an official statement in which the government expressed “regret” over the caricature of Goddess Kali and expressed respect for the assistance received from India.

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Ukraine’s foreign minister, Emine Dzhaparova, tweeted in response to the uproar, “We apologise @DefenceU displaying #Hindu goddess #Kali in incorrect manner. The people of #Ukraine respect the distinctive culture of #India and much value assistance. The image has already been taken off. is committed to fostering greater collaboration in an atmosphere of friendliness and respect.

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