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Institutions of the Russian defense system announced this Thursday that they frustrated various attempts by Ukraine to violate its security, on the one hand with the use of aerial means that were shot down and on the other with the frustration of terrorist acts against two nuclear power plants.


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The Ministry of Defense reported that in the self-styled Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, a Ukrainian Mig-29 fighter was shot down in areas of the city of Grigorovka, 16 American-made Himars rockets; as well as about 20 drones.

The portfolio specified that the demolition of Kiev's unmanned aerial vehicles took place in the cities of Pokrovskoye, Terny, Kirillovka and Krapyvnytskoye, in Donetsk, and Zolotarevka, Chervonaya Dibrova, Novokrasnyanka and Zmievka, in Lugansk.

For his part, the governor of the city of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvogaev, assured that the forces of the Black Sea Fleet repelled a new attack with drones and shot down two in the Kachi area, in that city.

In turn, the Russian security service (FSB) claimed to have prevented a terrorist act planned by the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence Service (SZRU) against two nuclear power plants in the European part of Russia: Leningradskaya (near Saint Petersburg) and Kalininskaya (Tver province).

Through a statement issued this Thursday, the FSB specified that those involved intended to "exploit more than 30 supports for the high-voltage lines" that feed the nuclear plants.

The event would happen on the eve of Victory Day of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) over Nazi Germany, which is commemorated every May 9.

"It would have caused the stoppage of reactors, disturbed the normal operations of these nuclear power plants and caused serious economic and reputational damage to the Russian Federation," the note reported.

The text also asserts that two Ukrainian members of the sabotage group were arrested. A third, with Russian and Ukrainian passports, was declared in search and capture. It was also announced that two Russian citizens, accomplices of the group, were identified and arrested.

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