The Moldovan government has summoned Russia’s envoy to the country over a violation of its international airspace.
The Country’s Deputy Prime Minister Nicu Popescu said close to three Russian missiles aimed at Ukraine passed through their airspace, and the violation of a country’s airspace constitutes a breach of international law.
According to a report from the Deputy Prime Minister, three missiles from Russia to Ukraine from ships in the Black Sea on Monday crossed over our airspace, and we have summoned Russia’s ambassador to the country to explain the violation.
Nicu Popescu condemned the airspace violation in the “strongest possible terms” as it constitutes a breach of international law.
Report of a series of explosions landed in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities across the country on Monday in retaliation to the Crimean Bridge explosion which President Putin called an act of war by Ukraine.
Russia’s recent attacks on Ukraine and its capital are said to be the most fatal retaliation in the counter-offensive operation in Ukraine by Russia after a change in top military officers.
The attacks on Ukrainian cities have led to the destruction of many infrastructures, claiming lives and leaving many wounded, said President Zelenskyy.
Ukraine general, Valeriy Zaluzhnyi said Russia launched 75 rockets, out of which 41 were destroyed by our air defense.
Nicu Popescu has also condemned the recent attack across Ukraine which also aimed at civilian infrastructure, Popescu reacting to it said Russia must stop the unnecessary killing.