MOSCOW, November 21. /TASS/. The Ukrainian military has been using attack drones to "hunt" Russian civilians in recent weeks, Rodion Miroshnik, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s ambassador-at-large in charge of overseeing the Kiev regime’s crimes, said at a briefing.
"We have taken note that the use of attack drones to hunt civilians and civilian vehicles has become a daily practice for the Ukrainian armed forces in the past few weeks," he pointed out, adding: "Drone operators can clearly see whom they are targeting and how all this is done."
According to the diplomat, data received in recent months confirms that Ukrainian troops and foreign mercenaries deliberately attack public facilities on Russian territory, choosing a time when as many people as possible gather there. "They use long-range and high-precision weapons provided by Western countries," he added.
Miroshnik noted that Ukrainian armed units regularly carry out indiscriminate shelling attacks, use explosive weapons at will and employ terrorist methods. "The Ukrainian armed forces use long-range weapons that have a large impact zone, as well as cluster munitions, to attack civilian targets. In addition, they carry out repeated shelling attacks, targeting rescue and healthcare workers providing assistance to the injured," the diplomat added.