The Kremlin Under Drone Attack, Failed Attempt To Assassinate President Putin?

The drone attack directed against the Kremlin (allegedly) with a view to killing President Putin is no trivial matter.

The Kremlin is the seat of the Russian government, comparable to the White House.

How would America have reacted in the case of a drone attack directed against the White House?

The media would have gone into high gear. A UAV attack directed against the White House would have immediately been categorized as an “act of war” against the United States of America.

Sofar, both the Western and Russian media have downplayed the event.

Moscow has accused the Kiev regime. Did US-NATO have prior knowledge? Is there a hidden agenda? 

Was the UAV attack intent upon disrupting the preparations of Russia’s Victory Day May 9 Celebration in commemoration of its victory in World War II against Nazi Germany. 

According to Russia’s presidential press service: “The Russian president was not harmed as a result of the terrorist attack. His schedule has not changed and continues as usual,”

“The Kiev regime carried out an attempt to deliver a strike by unmanned aerial vehicles on the Kremlin residence of the Russian president.” “Two unmanned aerial vehicles targeted the Kremlin,” it said.

“As a result of timely actions taken by military and special services using electronic warfare systems, the drones were disabled,” the Kremlin stated.

“Their fall and the fragments scattered around on the territory of the Kremlin caused no casualties or material damage,” the press service stressed. (TASS)

The original source of this article is Global Research.