Russian air defenses destroyed two drones overnight over the country's western Bryansk region, Moscow's defense ministry said Monday.
Bryansk and other Russian regions bordering Ukraine have come under almost daily attack in recent months, with Russian officials saying Ukrainian drones and shelling have wounded or killed civilians.
The defense ministry's statement Monday came shortly after Moscow's mayor said a drone was also destroyed near the capital.
Just hours earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the coalition aiding Kyiv would not support moving hostilities to Russian territory. "I believe that this is a big risk, we will definitely be left alone," he told Ukrainian media.
Kyiv often declines to take explicit credit for assaults across the border, though last month, Zelensky said the war is "returning to Russia" following several drone attacks.