An under-construction skyscraper in Moscow, Federation Tower, which is projected to become the tallest building in Europe after completion, caught fire on Monday.

The blaze ripped through the 67th floor of the partially-built skyscraper lighting up the night sky. As many as 25 fire brigades were at the scene and helicopters were called to drop water from the nearby Moscow River.

The tower which caught fire is called Vostok or East and is part of the Federation Complex. It has a projected height of 360 metres and was expected to be completed in 2013.

Its second tower called Zapad or West is attached to the first one with a 448-metre spire in between and linked by multiple bridges.

There were no causalities and no threat to the building, according to a report by Reuters.

Take a look at the Federation Complex tower fire:

Helicopter releases water onto fire at top of Federation Tower complex in "Moscow City" business district in central Moscow on 02/04/2012.Reuters
Helicopter releases water onto fire at top of Federation Tower complex in "Moscow City" business district in central MoscowReuters
Emergency service workers watch as fire burns at top of Federation Tower complex in "Moscow City" business district in central Moscow.Reuters
General view shows fire burning in Federation Tower complex of "Moscow City" business district in Moscow.Reuters
General view shows fire burning in Federation Tower complex of "Moscow City" business district in Moscow.Reuters
Passers-by watch as fire burns in Federation Tower complex of "Moscow City" business district in Moscow.Reuters