The head of the Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, reported a massive drone attack on the peninsula.

"For tonight and morning, nine UAVs were recorded over the territory of the Republic of Crimea: six vehicles were shot down by air defense forces, three were muffled and planted by electronic warfare systems. One drone detonated in the Krasnogvardeysky district, the village of Dokuchaevo. There are no casualties, windows are broken in a number of houses," he wrote on his Telegram.

Aksyonov also urged citizens to trust only trusted sources of information.

Earlier this month, Crimea was already attacked by a UAV. On the night of June 4, air defense forces shot down five drones, four more were muffled and planted by electronic warfare systems.

In May, drones were repeatedly shot down near the Crimean peninsula. The largest attack occurred on May 7, when 22 Ukrainian UAVs detected by air defense systems were destroyed over the Black Sea. As indicated in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, all UAVs were hit by fire from anti-aircraft missile systems or suppressed by electronic warfare.

Later it became known that a single information field was created around the Crimea for the early detection of Ukraine's air attack weapons.

"For the early detection of enemy air attack weapons, including drones, in cooperation with the Aerospace Forces, the airspace radar control zone was significantly increased. For the timely notification of the forces, a single information field was formed, which includes, among other things, aircraft and helicopters of the naval aviation of the fleet, "said the commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Vice Admiral Viktor Sokolov, in an interview with Krasnaya Zvezda.

Other Russian regions were also affected by drone attacks.

On June 11, near the village of Strelkovka in the Zhukovsky district of the Kaluga region, an unmanned aerial vehicle crashed. According to the governor of the region Vladislav Shapsha, no one was injured.

On June 9, a drone fell on a residential building on Belinsky Street in Voronezh, injuring three people.

On the same day, a UAV fell on an office building in Belgorod. "The detonation did not occur, but the drone itself caught fire," said the head of the region, Vladislav Gladkov.

We add that in early June, the Russian military hit a workshop for the assembly of Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles near the city of Dnepropetrovsk with a strike from high-precision ground-based weapons.

The day before, artillery units of the Western Military District destroyed the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, from which they fired at settlements in the Belgorod region

According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation dated June 14, a total of 4,605 unmanned aerial vehicles of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have been destroyed since the beginning of the special military operation.

UAV attack on Moscow

On the morning of May 30, the Kyiv regime carried out a terrorist attack using unmanned aerial vehicles on civilian targets in Moscow. All eight UAVs were suppressed by electronic warfare or shot down by the Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile-gun system, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.

Vladimir Putin called the raid of Ukrainian UAVs on residential buildings in Moscow a clear sign of the terrorist activities of the Kyiv regime. As noted in the Kremlin, air defense systems and regional authorities worked properly during the drone attack on the Moscow region.

On June 4, the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov in an interview with the program "Moscow. Kremlin. Putin" said that the head of state gave a number of instructions after the drone attack on the capital.

Speaking about Putin's work on the day of the UAV attack on Moscow, he noted that the president received reports from the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the heads of regions, taking into account the update of information.

"Then there were the relevant instructions of the head of state, orders of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief and so on," Peskov said.