If "attack on Kremlin" provocation, how successful is it?
The enemy can't see any gain from the action in Moscow, no matter how you look at it. The only thing left for them to do is to stupidly attack back with missiles. But they have done this before. Cereport reports citing Ukrinform
The video of the drone attack on the Kremlin, which Moscow tried to present on May 3 as an alleged "assassination attempt" by Ukraine against Putin, caused bewilderment and numerous questions around the world. But while Western officials and diplomats are cautiously commenting on the incident, emphasizing that the services need more time to independently assess it, the expert community is actively brainstorming, trying to formulate or refute possible versions. One of them is that it was definitely not the work of Kyiv, which has no reason to set off fireworks over the Kremlin, but rather to hit it so that the towers collapse. But the towers are still in place, and the action culminated in a "neat little clap" right above the tricolor rag that fluttered on the dome.
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