White House comments on drone attack on Kremlin

On Wednesday, 3 April, Karine Jean-Pierre, the spokeswoman of the White House, said that the United States could not yet confirm the credibility of reports of a drone attack on the Kremlin.

Speaking to reporters at a press conference, Jean-Pierre said that Washington was aware of Moscow's statements that Ukraine allegedly attacked the Kremlin with drones.

"We are aware of those reports, but we cannot confirm their authenticity now. So I don't want to get into speculation about what happened," she said.

The spokeswoman stressed that since the beginning of the war, the United States did not encourage Ukraine to resort to attacks outside its borders.

At the same time, she stressed that Russia "has a history" of conducting operations under a false flag.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in the context of the attack on the Kremlin that he would perceive everything that comes out of the Kremlin "with a very large shaker of salt."

Russian trail of blood: 21 killed and 48 wounded in Kherson Oblast – Zelenskyy

On 3 May, 21 people were killed and 48 were injured as a result of the constant Russian attacks on the city of Kherson and Kherson Oblast.

"The world needs to see and know this.

A railway station and crossing, a house, a hardware store, a supermarket and a gas station – do you know what brings these places together? The bloody footprint that Russia leaves with its attacks, killing civilians in Kherson and Kherson Oblast.

As of now, 21 people have been killed! 48 wounded! All civilians! In one incomplete day! In one oblast! My condolences to the families and friends of the victims.

We will never forgive those responsible. We will defeat the evil country and hold all those involved accountable!" - said President Zelenskiy.

US Embassy warns of increased threat of missile attacks on Ukraine

The US Embassy in Ukraine has warned of an increased threat of missile attacks, particularly on the city of Kyiv and Kyiv Oblast.

In light of the recent uptick in strikes across Ukraine and inflammatory rhetoric from Moscow, the Department of State cautions US citizens of an ongoing heightened threat of missile attacks, including in Kyiv and Kyiv Oblast.

The embassy urged US citizens to monitor air raid sirens, respond appropriately to threats and follow the instructions of local authorities.