Russia has accused Ukraine of being behind a drone attack that damaged at least two buildings in the capital Moscow early on Monday morning.
The Russian defence ministry said two drones were “suppressed and crashed”, adding that there were no casualties.
Russia’s state-owned Tass news agency reported that one drone fell close to the defence ministry.
Ukrainian officials are yet to comment, but they rarely claims responsibility for attacks inside Russia.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said the drone strikes hit “non-residential” buildings around 04:00 local time (01:00 GMT). He added that the buildings had not sustained any major damage.
But state news agencies reported that some drone fragments were found just 2km (1.2 miles) away from the ministry’s buildings.
“A Kyiv regime attempt to carry out a terrorist act using two drones on objects on the territory of the city of Moscow was stopped,” the Russian defence ministry said in a statement posted to telegram.
The state run Tass news agency reported that drone debris was also found along the city’s Komsomolsky Avenue. Moscow’s transport department wrote on Telegram that traffic along the route was blocked and photos showed emergency services working at the scene.
Traffic was also stopped on Likhachev Avenue, where a high-rise office building was damaged. Footage published on the military Zvezda TV channel showed missing windows at the top of the building.
Moscow has accused Ukraine of a host of drone attacks on its territory in recent months.
And in May Kyiv denied carrying out a drone attack on the Kremlin, which Russia said amounted to an attempt on President Vladimir Putin’s life.
Unesco, the UN’s cultural agency, said it was “deeply dismayed and condemns in the strongest terms” the attack on the historic centre of Odesa.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed retaliation for the attack.
“They will definitely feel this,” he said during his nightly address from Kyiv. “The target of all these missiles is not just cities, villages or people. Their target is humanity and the foundations of our entire European culture.”