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(Dan Tri) – Russia announced the interception of more than 50 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of Ukraine on the night of April 4 and early morning of April 5.

Ukrainian drones (Photo: Getty).

The Russian Ministry of Defense said on April 5 that the country’s air defense systems intercepted more than 50 Ukrainian UAVs overnight.

According to local officials, an electrical transformer station was damaged after the Kiev raid.

Rostov Region Governor Vasily Golubev said the attack took place in Morozovsk district, about 190km west of the Rostov-on-Don administrative center and closer to the front line.

In addition, Russia’s air defense system intercepted Kiev’s UAVs in the Saratov, Kursk and Belgorod regions.

The head of the Saratov region, Mr. Roman Busargin, reported that the city of Engels, where Russia has a large air force base, was also attacked, but there was no damage.

In addition, Governor of the Kursk region Roman Starovoyt also said that 2 Kiev UAVs raided a village in the region.

Over the past month, Ukraine has stepped up UAV attacks against targets deep inside Russia.

According to The Guardian, some Ukrainian agencies stated `they have no other choice than this plan` because progress on the battlefield did not meet expectations.

This issue was also raised at the joint press conference between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and French Foreign Minister Stephane Sejourne in Paris midweek.

The US diplomat emphasized that Washington `does not support nor allow Ukraine to organize attacks outside of national territory`.

However, French officials said: `Ukraine is acting in self-defense, so those attacks are out of the question.`

To date, the West continues to be divided over Ukraine’s attack on Russian territory and whether allies will send troops to support Ukraine or not.

While some countries believe that Kiev has the right to raid Russian territory in self-defense, others warn that such action could escalate the conflict beyond Ukraine’s borders.

Regarding the idea of sending troops to Ukraine, the West also has two different opinions.

According to Pravda sources, this idea has caused discord between French President Emmanuel Macron and German Prime Minister Olaf Scholz.

Pravda’s source said that at a meeting of leaders of about 20 European countries at the end of February, some leaders were harsh towards that idea, especially Prime Minister Scholz.

Mr. Macron also seemed to be prepared for this situation and said that a German vote does not decide everything and that he will gather a group of countries with similar views.

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