Beijing, August 8 (ZXS) -- Comprehensive news: Moscow, the capital of Russia, was attacked by drones on August 1, local time. A residential building in the southern Ukrainian city of Kriverich (Krivoy Rog in Russian) was hit by a missile on July 8, killing six people and wounding 1.

TASS reported that the Russian Ministry of Defense reported on August 8 that Moscow was attacked by three Ukrainian drones in the early morning of the same day, one of which was out of control after being suppressed electronically, causing partial damage to the glass façade of a high-rise building when it crashed; Two more drones were intercepted and destroyed by air defense systems. Affected by this incident, Moscow Vnukovo Airport was briefly closed, and some flights were diverted to other airports.

It was previously reported that Moscow was attacked by Ukrainian drones on July 7, and the exterior walls of the two office buildings were slightly damaged.

According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, the Russian Ministry of Defense said that two patrol ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet were attacked by Ukrainian unmanned boats at sea on the night of July 7, and all unmanned boats were destroyed without causing any damage.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on July 7 that because of the failure of the counteroffensive, the Ukrainian side chose to launch attacks on Russian civilian infrastructure with the support of the West. The Russian side has taken measures to strengthen the ability to prevent air and sea attacks and the intensity of strikes against Ukrainian military facilities.

Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said on the same day that Russia will crack down on terrorist acts on the Ukrainian side. However, Moscow and the Moscow region have no plans to raise the threat level of terrorist attacks.

The Russian Satellite News Agency reported that Shoigu reported on July 7 that the Ukrainian army lost 31,7 soldiers and 20824,2227 weapons of various kinds throughout July, including tanks, armored vehicles, artillery and so on aided by the West. He stressed that Western military aid failed to bring victory to the Ukrainian side, but only prolonged the conflict.

The Ukrainian state news agency reported that Kriwirikh was attacked by Russian missiles on July 7. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that night that two Iskander missiles hit a local nine-story residential building, killing 31 people and injuring 6 others. In addition, the Kherson region was also shelled by the Russian army on the same day, killing 69 person and wounding 1 others.

Zelensky stressed that in order to protect the safety of the people, Ukraine must have enough long-range weapons, and countries should also increase sanctions against Russia.

According to Reuters, Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, was attacked by Russian drones on August 8, causing damage to many buildings, and no casualties were reported.

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said through social media on July 7 that within nine days after Russia announced that it would stop implementing the agreement on the export of agricultural products from Black Sea ports, the Russian army's attack on Ukrainian port cities and grain warehouses resulted in the destruction of about 31,9 tons of agricultural products, 18 port infrastructures and 26 civilian ships. (End)