Photos that “prove” it: Russian attack hits NATO member country

On September 5, the Ukrainian Border Guard reported that a Russian drone had hit NATO member Romania. Romania itself contradicts, but in Kyiv they insist on their view. This reports the German news website with reference to the Interfax news agency.

According to the report, Ukraine has evidence of Russian drones’ impacts on the territory of the neighboring country, which is a member of NATO. There are photos that “prove what fell there,” according to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. Kuleba argues that there is “a tendency” in Romania to “talk down certain events in order not to get involved in a direct conflict,” but that it is “pointless” to deny the impacts given the photos in Ukrainian possession.

Debris from a Russian missile had already been discovered in Poland on April 24 – then in a forest near Zamosc. In the event of an actual attack by Russia, the transatlantic defense alliance NATO would have to come to the military aid of each of its affected member states. It wants to avoid a direct conflict with the Kremlin.

Image:, Vladimir Putin (2022-09-21), CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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