Ukraine Says 2 Russian Missiles Crossed Into Romania, Moldova
Two Russian missiles entered Romania and Moldovan airspace before entering Ukraine on Friday, Ukraine’s top general said.
Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said that two Kaliber missiles launched from the Black Sea entered Moldovan airspace, then flew into Romanian airspace, before entering Ukrainian territory.
Reuters could not immediately verify the claim. Russia did not immediately comment on it.
Ukrainska Pravda news agency quoted an air force spokesman in particular as saying that Ukraine had the ability to shoot down missiles but did not do so because it did not want to endanger civilians abroad.
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