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Kremlin says ‘no threat’ for Moscow residents after drone attack

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The Kremlin said on Tuesday there was “no threat at the moment” for residents of Moscow and the surrounding region, following a morning drone attack that Russia blamed on Ukraine.

“Thank God, there were no victims and there is no threat at the moment for residents of Moscow and the Moscow region,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.


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