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Russian Media: Drones Used in Attack on russia Resemble Iranian Shahed UAVs

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Unidentified drones have struck the russian cities of Tula, Bryansk and Smolensk / screenshot from video
Unidentified drones have struck the russian cities of Tula, Bryansk and Smolensk / screenshot from video

Unidentified drones have struck the russian cities of Tula, Bryansk and Smolensk

Mysterious drones struck the russian cities of Tula, Bryansk, and Smolensk overnight on Sunday, November 26. The drones, resembling Iranian-made Shahed (also known as Geran-2) UAVs, left russian experts puzzled about their origins and capabilities.

Ukrainian military forces are suspected of carrying out the drone attack on Tula, utilizing devices similar to russia’s own Geran-2 drones. Authorities are currently investigating the specific type of drone used.

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The russian experts have ruled out any connection between the drones and the UJ-22 or Bober systems.

The Ministry Defense of russia claims to have intercepted four additional drones over the Bryansk, Smolensk and Tula regions on Sunday morning, following the overnight assault. This brings the total number of allegedly shot down drones to 24.

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