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Two Russian missiles fired at Ukraine flew over a NATO country

Feb 10, 2023

Two Russian cruise missiles "Kalibr" crossed the Ukrainian border with Moldova and also flew over the airspace of Romania.

This was reported by the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny.

"Today, February 10, at 10:18, two Russian cruise missiles "Kalibr" crossed the state border of Ukraine with the Republic of Moldova. Approximately at 10:33 these missiles crossed Romanian airspace," his Facebook page post reads.

After that, the missiles again entered the airspace of Ukraine at the point of crossing the borders of the three states.


The missiles were launched from the waters of the Black Sea.

The Moldovan Defense Ministry later confirmed the violation of Moldovan airspace at 10:18.

The missile flew over the village of Mokra (in the Ribnita district, Transnistria) and then over Cosauti (in the Soroca district).

"The Ministry of Defense, together with the responsible structures of the country, is closely monitoring the situation in the region and strongly condemns the violation of Moldovan airspace," the ministry said.

Author - Olena Madiak, 10/02/2023

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