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Kremlin Claims Drone Attack on Moscow Ukraine Denies Involvement

On Wednesday, the Kremlin claimed that it had been hit by a drone attack, while Ukraine has denied any involvement. President Putin’s office has pledged to retaliate against Ukraine following the drone attack. The timing of the attack was tied to the upcoming Victory Day parade, which is a significant holiday in Russia. However, the way that the Kremlin announced the apparent attack raises questions about its authenticity. The Kremlin released footage of the drones on fire, apparently intercepted electronically. However, analysts dispute this claim, as some footage shows an aerial object exploding and shedding debris over the roof of a building. Furthermore, Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to Ukraine’s Interior Ministry, has questioned how a drone that the Kremlin’s defenses were able to detect was first able to penetrate Russian territorial airspace.

Despite the inconsistencies in the Kremlin’s claims, Moscow banned all drone flights in the capital following the announcement. Putin’s office has since stated that events on Victory Day will proceed as planned, although it reserves the right to retaliate against Ukraine when and where it sees fit. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy has denied any involvement and has stated that Ukraine is fighting on its territory to defend its villages and cities.

NATO Intelligence Official Warns Russia Could Target Undersea Pipelines and Cables

In a recent warning, a senior NATO intelligence official highlighted the “significant risk” of Russia targeting critical infrastructure in Europe and North America, including undersea gas pipelines and internet cables. David Cattler, NATO’s assistant secretary general for intelligence and security, expressed concerns over Russia’s “active mapping” of gas pipelines and internet cables, both on land and seabed, using its considerable resources for surveillance of infrastructure. Cattler stated that Moscow could deploy civilian and spy ships for surveillance purposes. The sabotage of Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic in September 2020 exposed the vulnerability of undersea gas pipelines, while undersea cables that carry 95% of internet traffic were also potentially at risk. The warning highlights the need for heightened security measures to protect critical infrastructure against possible Russian confrontation.

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