In a statement to reporters in the capital Moscow, Putin evaluated the drone attack on Moscow in the morning.
Pointing out that they said they could carry out attacks on the decision-making centers in Ukraine, Putin said, “The military intelligence center of Ukraine, which we hit 2-3 days ago, is among the decision-making centers in question.” said.
Pointing out that the Ukrainian administration chose a different path in response to this, Putin said, “They chose the path of trying to intimidate Russia and Russian citizens and attacking civilian buildings. This, of course, is a clear sign that this is a ‘terrorist act’.” used the phrase.
Noting that the air defense system in Moscow works successfully against the attack, Putin said, “There are still issues that need to be worked on. What needs to be done to strengthen the capital’s air defense is generally clear and we will do it.” made its assessment.
Putin accuses Ukraine of inciting Russia
Underlining that “trying to provoke” Russia is worrisome, Putin said, “It seems that they trust this and are provoking us to take similar actions. We’ll see what we do about it.” he said.
Pointing out that the Ukrainian administration has taken the process to a dangerous point, Putin said, “Ukrainian citizens, who cannot speak at the moment due to the total terror launched against the civilian population in Ukraine, need to know what the current administration in their country is trying to force and understand other threats.” made a statement.
Drawing attention to the situation at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant regarding the “other threats” in question, Putin said, “For example; There are threats such as disrupting the work of the Zaporozhye NPP or using some ‘dirty’ tools associated with the nuclear industry, we know what kind of ideas they have in mind.” he said.