Drone debris found in Romania after Russian strike on Ukraine

In Romania, near the city of Braila, bordering Ukraine, debris was discovered, presumably belonging to an unmanned aerial vehicle. This happened on the evening of March 28 after the Russian strike on Ukraine.

The wreckage was found in a field on the Big Island of Brăila in the Danube channel. The field where the drone allegedly fell is located 23 kilometers from the border with Ukraine, according to a press release from the Romanian Ministry of Defense. The text does not say who might have owned the drone or what type it was.

Last year, the remains of four drones were discovered in Romania. reminds Romanian service of Radio Liberty. One of them was the Russian kamikaze drone Shahed. The rest are presumably reconnaissance vehicles.

Due to Russian attacks on the Odessa region, residents of border areas were forced to evacuate several times. Romanian President Klaus Iohannis stated that Russia’s violation of sovereign airspace is unacceptable.

Russian troops attacked Ukraine with 99 missiles and drones on the night of March 29, the Ukrainian army said. As a result of the massive strike, energy facilities were damaged in the Dnepropetrovsk, Vinnitsa, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Cherkassy and Chernivtsi regions.

The Russian Ministry of Defense said all intended targets were hit. Ukrainian – that 84 missiles and drones were shot down.

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