Moscow has reportedly confirmed that Ukrainian helicopters have entered the country and started to bomb towns located on the border.
However, Ukraine has rejected all of those claims and called the accusations false and baseless, while adding that the country seems to be staging its own terror attacks.
Moscow accused Ukraine of violently striking a village called Klimovo, which is said to be located near Belarus.
Moreover, they even went as far as mentioning how seven people had been critically injured including one 2-year-old child.
But Kyiv continues to reject the news, saying how Moscow is now resorting to bizarre campaigns to spread fear and misinformation by conducting attacks on its own soil. They claim it is a common tactic that they have used in the past to create ‘anti-Ukraine’ hysteria.
The shocking allegations come just one day after a threatening warning was issued by Russia to Kyiv about how it could anticipate an attack on the capital by Russian troops as payback for carrying out the attacks on Russia.
On the other hand, reports claim Ukraine hasn’t confirmed any news about cross-border raids. Instead, they have warned of several false flags.
“Two helicopters belonging to Ukraine’s military have entered into Russian airspace and started to bomb towns on the border”- mentioned a statement that was recently released by the Federal Investigative Committee.
They also detailed how six missiles had been fired at the Klimovo town that is situated in the Bryansk region.
Russian health ministry officials claim two of the victims injured were in serious danger after receiving life-threatening injuries.
For this reason, the country has opted to shut down schools in the Bryansk region which is where they claim the attack has taken place, adding a fear about how future attacks were possible anytime.