Russia: Swarm Of Drones Attacked Pskov Airport Near Estonian Border
Russian Media: "As a result of the attack by drones, four Il-76 aircraft were damaged. A fire broke out, two aircraft were engulfed in fire".
PSKOV - Russian state media is reporting that a "swarm" of unmanned drones attacked an airport in Pskov, Russia between 10 and 20 miles from the Estonian border.
Estonia is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). While some OSINT accounts are reporting that the drones came from Estonia, we've deemed these reports as being unsubstantiated rumors.
There is no indication that it came from NATO-allied territory, and Russian media claims the drones were Ukrainian.
Pskov region Governor Mikhail Vedernikov said on his Telegram channel that there were "no casualties" due to the attack. He also posted a video, which has been attached to this report.
"The defense ministry’s forces are repelling a drone attack on an airport in Pskov. More detailed information will follow after a meeting of the crisis center, which I will chair personally," he stated.
What The Governor Said:
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