In Europe, the war between Ukraine and Russia continues after more than 600 days of conflict, since Vladimir Putin’s troops entered Ukrainian territory on February 24, 2022. Since then, continuous attacks by both sides have taken place. and not only buildings and infrastructure have been demolished, but also military weapons. Beyond hits to Russian tanks or drones, Moscow dealt a strong blow to Kyiv in the early hours of this Sunday after shooting down up to 36 Ukrainian drones over the Black Sea and northwest Crimea.
The Russian Defense Ministry reported on the coup, adding that “On the night of October 29, an attempt by the Kyiv regime to commit a terrorist attack with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) against targets on the territory of the Russian Federation”, as they explained in a message published on the Ministry’s Telegram channel.
“Guard air defense systems destroyed 36 Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles over the waters of the Black Sea and the northwestern part of the Crimean peninsula”is added in the same statement, as explained by Europa Press.
This offensive comes after the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs this Saturday denounced another Ukrainian attack with drones, which has caused damage to the walls of one of the nuclear waste deposits at the Kursk nuclear power plant, near the border with Ukraine.
On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky highlighted that the presence this weekend of representatives from 65 countries at the third meeting on his ten-point peace plan, which is being held in Malta, shows that “it is becoming global “. “Today is the first day of the summit in Malta: a meeting of advisers and diplomatic representatives on our peace formula, which is gradually, step by step, becoming global,” Zelensky said in a videoconference speech to participants in the summit. meeting in La Veleta and which he broadcast on his Telegram channel and on the website of the Ukrainian presidency.