Two residential buildings in Moscow have been hit by drones.

The EPA's Moscow correspondent reports that one of the drones targeted a residential building on Profsoyuznaya Street and the other on Atlasova Street in New Moscow.

The Ministry of Emergency Affairs has announced that there are no people injured in the drone attack.

"Drones has fallen to the upper floors of a residential building at 98 Street in Profsoyuznaya. The interior and bottles of the house have been destroyed. There is no disaster," Russia said from the FHN.

It has been noted that the same incident took place in a 24-story residence on Atlasova Street in novomoskovsk administrative district.
"The ceilings and bottles of the upper floors have been destroyed. There is no disaster," the FHN said in a statement.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has urged people to trust only official sources and not release untested information. He stressed that there were no serious injuries as a result of the PUA attack.

Mer added that all emergency services are at the scene of the incidents and residents of several entrances to the two houses have been predicted during the work period.

For his part, Andrey Vorobyov, the governor of the Moscow region, said defense forces had hit several PUAs in the region from the airstrike. He has urged people to remain calm.

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Several buildings have been damaged by an attack by a pilotless aircraft in Moscow.

The EPA reports that Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has been briefed on the matter.

'Several buildings have been slightly damaged by the PUA attack this morning. "All the city's emergency services are at the scene," the report said.