New accusations against Ukraine were launched today by the representative of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov claiming that Russia knew “that the Kiev regime” was behind the May 3 drone attack on the Kremlin.

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Peskov said “in the end, it doesn’t make much difference which of the Kiev regime units.”

“Behind this is the Kiev regime. We know this and based on this we do our workPeskov said.

It is recalled that two drones struck the Kremlin on May 3 – a few days before the May 9 Victory Day celebrations.

Kiev initially denied involvement in the alleged attack and continues to deny being behind it.

A senior Ukrainian presidential adviser said today that Ukraine had nothing to do with a “strange and senseless” drone attack on the Kremlin and played down the significance of findings reported in US media.

The New York Times reported that according to US intelligence estimates, this month’s drone strike against the Kremlin was likely orchestrated by Ukrainian spies or Ukrainian military intelligence. Moscow blames Ukraine for the attack.

Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, said in a statement to Reuters that Russia is trying to reduce arms supplies to Kiev by taking advantage of Western fears of a possible escalation of alleged Ukrainian attacks on Russian soil.