Moscow in retaliatory action - is preparing for "bloody June" and the main target will be Kiev

Rockets / Photo: EPA-EFE / KCNA

Moscow was recently, for the first time since the start of the war, the target of a massive drone attack. By the way, this is a tactic often used by the Russian president Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin when it comes to attacks on the territory of Ukraine.

It is this tactic that the Russian leader uses when he particularly wants to take revenge on Ukraine, which was done a few days after the attack on Moscow.

Now Kiev, which was also the target of repeated shelling in May, has again found itself targeted by Putin, all in order to avenge the attacks on Moscow.

Kyiv explosion/ Photo Twitter

Attacks on Kyiv

Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko and military officials announced that three people, including two children, were killed in yesterday's airstrike on the Ukrainian capital.
One of the children killed was aged five to six, while the other was aged 12, the statement said.

"According to the first information received by the rescue teams, three dead, including two children," Klitschko announced on Telegram, who later said that a "series of explosions" had taken place in the city and that rescuers were on the scene and helping. to put out the fire.

According to his data, 14 people were injured, nine of whom were taken to the hospital.

Disturbing pictures of the scene of the incident began to circulate on social networks. Photojournalists "caught" an elderly woman approaching the place where the Russian rocket fell and where lifeless bodies lay on the ground. Soon the old woman realized that it was her daughter and granddaughter.

The whole month of May was "bloody" for Ukraine, because since the beginning of the month, the air defense systems in Kiev have been active the most since the beginning of the Russian attack. It should be noted that in the attacks, the Russian army used the most powerful weapon it possesses – a combination of Iranian-made Shahid drones and cruise missiles.

Russia carried out a total of 17 attacks on Kiev during May, most of which were nocturnal, with the exception of one that occurred during the day.

Analysts believe that with frequent attacks, especially on Kiev, Russia is trying to exhaust and damage Ukrainian air defenses before the long-awaited counteroffensive that the Ukrainian government has been planning for months.

Rocket attack / Photo: EPA-EFE

"Bloody June" is coming

Since the beginning of May, Russia has carried out 15 mass destructive attacks on Kiev alone, and it seems that June will be even more difficult for the people of Ukraine.

Since the beginning of the invasion, Kiev has been the target of airstrikes only a few times. The shelling of this city, according to an unwritten rule, happened in two cases - after the defeat of the Russian soldiers at the front or after the visit of the highest world representatives to Ukraine or a neighboring country.

It is specific that each new attack was several degrees more brutal than the previous one. Therefore, the citizens of Ukraine are now more than ever afraid of what will come next.

Analysts say these attacks are nothing compared to those to follow in June. But what are the reasons for these horrific attacks? Some believe that it may be the bombing of Belgorod and Moscow.

Belgorod riots / Photo Anton Vergun / Sputnik / Profimedia


A few days ago, Russia's Belgorod region announced that the settlement had been the target of heavy shelling and drone attacks.

At least one civilian was killed and nine people were injured in the attack, Belgorod Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov wrote, adding that around 550 residents of the Greyvoron district have been temporarily evacuated.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Russia would "quickly and extremely harshly respond to terrorist actions by Ukrainian militants similar to the attack in the Belgorod region," and that response apparently came in the form of the recent attack on Kiev.

Photo east2west news / WillWest News / Profimedia


In the early morning hours of May 30, drones damaged residential buildings in southwestern Moscow. A drone crashed into a house on Atlasova Street. According to the mayor of the capital, Sergey Sobyanin, two people sought medical help, and residents were temporarily evacuated.

Videos of the attack, as well as buildings damaged during the bombing, were posted on social media.

Russian President Vladimir Putin immediately spoke out, calling this attack on civilian objects a "terrorist act".

He added that the attack on civilian objects confirms the methods used by Kiev and pointed out that the attempts to provoke a reaction from Russia and its response are worrying and that the citizens of Ukraine should understand this.

"We did not start this war in 2014, but the Kiev regime started the war in Donbass. And we do not use the means used by the Ukrainian big players. "An additional confirmation of that is the attack on civilian objects in Moscow," stressed Putin.

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