Andriy Yusov, a representative of the Ukrainian Defence Ministry's Main Intelligence Directorate, commented on the drone attacks on Moscow on the air of the news telethon, saying they are "to be continued".
According to Yusov, " all the facilities associated with Russian military aggression and the structures involved in this aggression are vulnerable".
"Today, the capital of the aggressor state is unprotected, while their forces and means, including air defence and electronic warfare, are dispersed in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories. The Putin regime has left Moscow unprotected. And they are not even at war with NATO yet. No point of talking about bigger things," he said.
He stressed that Ukraine does not officially comment on drone attacks on Russian territory. At the same time, Western partners understand that this will inevitably happen when an aggressor state attacks another.
"It will continue until they leave Ukrainian soil, until the war criminals pay for their crimes," Yusov stressed.
The Russian Ministry of Defence recently reported that two drones had been shot down in the sky over Moscow. Before that, Moscow authorities claimed that "combat drones" had attacked the Russian capital. Mayor Sobyanin claimed that the drones were shot down in the area of Domodedovo and Minsk Highway.