According to TASS news agency, Ukrainian drones assaulted Moscow early Sunday, wounding one person, damaging structures, and stopping flights at Vnukovo airport.
According to TASS, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported a Ukrainian drone was destroyed in the air over the Odintsovo area, while two more crashed in Moscow.
According to TASS, one person was hurt as a result of a blast in a building. The airport was closed for arrivals and departures, according to the agency.
According to TASS, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin stated earlier that the façade of two office buildings had been slightly damaged but that there were no casualties.
The Ukrainian administration did not react quickly to a request for comment.
Russia claimed on Monday that it would retaliate harshly against Ukraine after two drones struck buildings in Moscow, one near the building where the military gives briefings on its “special military operation” in Ukraine.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov said at the time there would be more drone strikes.