Moscow: The UAV that attacked the Russian airport was guided by the US GPS

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations alleges that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) allegedly belonging to Ukraine have attacked two Russian air bases based on the US GPS navigation system.

“We have received reports that strategic Russian airfields in Dyagilevo and Engels were attacked with weapons using US satellite data. Upgraded Soviet-era Tu-141 Strizh UAVs, was guided by the US GPS global satellite system,” Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya accused on December 9.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the Dyagilevo air bases in the Ryazan region and Engels in the Saratov region were attacked by drones, killing three servicemen, injuring four, and destroying two bombers. . Based on the debris collected later, Moscow determined that one of the weapons used to attack their bases was a Tu-141 type UAV.

To date, Kiev has not publicly confirmed or denied responsibility for the attack. On the US side, it affirmed that it neither encouraged nor helped Ukraine carry out an attack on Russian territory.

However, if the allegations are true, this will be the deepest Ukrainian raid on a target on Russian territory. These two bases are about 500-700km from the Russia-Ukraine border.

Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya warned that any country that supplies arms to Ukraine and supports Ukraine will face “legal consequences”. He said: “We track and destroy foreign weapons aid to Ukraine. As the West’s stockpile of weapons is dwindling, Washington and its allies have recently sought to work with third parties to buy weapons and military equipment to deliver to Ukraine. It was Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba who recently acknowledged those agreements.”

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