An “enemy” drone was shot down today Friday over Moscow, the city’s mayor officially announced on the Telegram application Sergey Sobyanin, while the Russian Defense Agency announced that a Ukrainian drone attempted to attack an object in Moscow, but was attacked with electronic interference in its systems and crashed.

Debris from the unmanned aircraft fell northwest of the city center without causing serious damage or casualties, according to the mayor.

In addition, the airspace over two Russian airports was temporarily closed today, suspending all arrivals and departures, in a move that state news agency RIA said was caused by drone flights.

The airspace over Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport and over Kaluga Airport, about 150 kilometers southwest of the Russian capital, reopened later, TASS news agency reported.

“From 10:50 A.M. flight restrictions came. At the moment the airport is operating normally”said a source at Vnukovo airport, according to TASS.

The airport had earlier announced that it was forced to suspend flights “for reasons beyond the airport’s control”, adding that some flights had landed at other airports in the Moscow region. He did not release any further information.