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On Sunday, March 19, a drone “without identification marks” crashed in the Tula region of the Russian Federation.

The Russian Telegram channels report it with reference to the statements of the regional authorities.

The incident occurred in the Odoev district. The drone was allegedly discovered between the settlements of Petrivske and Malovel, which are about 250 kilometers from Moscow.

RosZMI claims that there is no threat to the residents of the region and infrastructure, all emergency services have gone to the crash site.

They added that ownership of the drone has been established.

It is worth noting that this is not the first case of detection of unidentified objects in the airspace of the occupying country. So, at the end of February, the authorities of the Russian Federation closed the airspace over St. Petersburg due to an “unknown object”.

And earlier it was reported that a home-made drone attacked an infrastructure object on the territory of the Belgorod region.

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