Romania reports 'airspace breach' during Ukraine attacks, Zelensky attracts arms makers
NATO member Romania on Saturday (Sep 30) said that there was a possible airspace breach during Russia's overnight drone attacks on infrastructure in neighbouring Ukraine. After Russia exited the deal which allowed safe grain shipments through the Black Sea, the strikes on Ukraine's southern Mykolaiv and Odesa regions have been ramped up by Russia. The regions are home to vital grain-exporting infrastructure.
Ukraine-Russia war latest: Russia reportedly 'shoots down' its own fighter jet; NATO country investigates possible airspace breach
Ukrainians in Vinnytsia have been ordered to evacuate after an "infrastructure site" was hit by Russia. Meanwhile, Romania is investigating a possible airspace violation after a radar system picked up an unusual signal and reports suggest Moscow has shot down one of its own fighter jets.
Romania detects possible airspace breach during overnight drone attack on Ukraine
BUCHAREST, Sept 30 — Romanian army radars detected a possible breach of national airspace during an overnight Russian drone attack against neighbouring Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure, the defence ministry said today. After pulling out of a Black Sea grain deal in mid-July, Russia began attacking Ukrainian ports and warehouses across the Danube river from Nato member Romania, Kyiv’s main alternative export route. Fragments of possible Russian …
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