The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, spoke by telephone with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, to express the support of the Venezuelan people after the terrorist attack on the Kremlin.
This was reported by Maduro on his Twitter account, in which he published “Today #4May, I had a telephone contact with President Vladimir Putin to express the full support of the Venezuelan people, in the face of the terrorist attack in the Kremlin. We also talked about the importance of deepening bilateral cooperation relations between the Russian Federation and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”.
On Wednesday, the Government of Venezuela issued a releaseon behalf of the Venezuelan people, to condemn the frustrated assassination attempt that was intended to be committed against President Putin.
The statement highlights the effective action of the Russian security forces that managed to neutralize the two unmanned aerial vehicles with which they tried to attack the Kremlin Palace.
Likewise, the text indicates the position of the Government of President Maduro to bring to justice the material and intellectual authors of the assassination attempt.
It emerged on Wednesday that Russian forces successfully repelled an attempted drone attack on the Kremlin.
According to the Russian media, the special services disabled the drones with radar control systems, and their fall “caused no casualties or material damage.”
The Russian presidential press service reported in a statement that the actions are considered “as a planned terrorist act and an attempt against the president,” Tass said.
It also refers that Moscow will be ready to respond to kyiv’s attempt when and where it deems appropriate.
“Russia reserves the right to take retaliatory measures when and where it deems appropriate,” the statement read.