His words are quoted by TASS.

He noted that the Kremlin saw a reaction "from both London and Washington," but recorded "once again the absence of any condemnation."

Peskov added that the Kremlin would have preferred to hear at least some words of condemnation from Western states, but they were not.

On the morning of May 30, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that the Kyiv regime had carried out a terrorist attack with unmanned aerial vehicles on targets in Moscow.

In total, the Armed Forces of Ukraine used eight aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicles in the attack on buildings in Moscow. They are all amazed.

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly supported Kyiv's attacks on Russian territory.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that the US administration does not approve of sabotage of Ukrainian militants inside Russia.

The office of UN Secretary General António Guterres, commenting on the attack of Ukrainian drones on Moscow, said that the organization condemns any attacks on civilians and infrastructure.