🚁 Drones Stir the Pot: Moscow & Crimea Get a Surprise Aerial Visit! 🤯
TL;DR; 🥳 Early Monday saw Ukrainian drones dropping by Moscow & Crimea, making their mark with some property damage! Moscow got two drone visitors, while Crimea’s ammunition depot got an early wake-up call! Question is, who invited them? 🤔
Good morning to everyone except those who got an unexpected drone alarm clock! Monday started with a bang (literally) when Ukrainian drones decided to pop by Dzhankoi in Crimea. Rumor has it, a local ammo depot got tickled, but whether it was a direct hit from the drone or just some stray debris remains a mystery. 🕵️♂️ On the other hand, Sergei Aksyonov, the dude Moscow planted to run Crimea, said one residential building got a makeover too. He even went to Telegram to spread the gossip and mentioned that trains and cars were told to take a break in the area. 🚫🚆🚗
Moscow didn’t feel left out as two drones also crashed the party over there. According to officials, the drones got a little too close and personal with non-residential buildings, but thankfully, no one got hurt. 🙌 As if two wasn’t enough, a third drone played hide and seek in a cemetery! Guess it wanted some peace and quiet. 🪦
This drone fest comes a day after Kyiv promised to clap back for a missile strike on Odesa’s Black Sea port. The retaliation game seems strong! 💪
The drama doesn’t end there! Reports are coming in that Ukraine’s got some of its land back in the Bakhmut region. And in a bold move, Yevgeny Balitsky, the leader of the Russian-claimed Zaporizhzhia area in Ukraine, dished out on Telegram that Ukraine wasn’t going for an active attack. He said they were just filling in their squad, hinting that Russia might be sending more soldiers to the “slaughter.” Heavy words, right? 😮
On the other side, Odesa had some power issues, probably thanks to all the recent missile fun. And in Kherson, it seems one civilian didn’t survive Ukrainian shelling, while another got a bit bruised.
Meanwhile, Andriy Yermak, adviser to Ukraine’s president, shared a snap 📸 of a drained Kakhovka reservoir after a dam met its doom. He called it “ecocide.”
Moral of the story? Drones are causing quite the stir, property’s getting an unplanned remodel, and the territory tug-of-war continues.
To all our dear readers: Where do you see this drone drama heading? Do you think they’ll RSVP for another surprise visit? 🚁💥
Discussion Time! 🔥 What do you think is the next big move in this ongoing saga? And who do you think is bringing their A-game in this conflict? 🎮