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Air raid sirens heard in NATO country after a violation of their ‘airspace’

by LLB political Reporter
30th Sep 23 11:47 am

Romania has reported a violation of their airspace on Saturday following overnight Russian drone attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure.

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Romania who are a member of NATO said the military’s “radar surveillance systems” detected Russian drones heading towards the coastal city of Galati which is a port town on the Danube River.

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Residents in the cities of Tulcea and Galati were alerted by air raid sirens overnight by the Romanian Defence Ministry.

In a statement the Ministry said, “Following the detection of groups of drones heading towards Ukrainian territory near the Romanian border.”

“The radar surveillance system … indicated possible unauthorised entry into national airspace, with a signal detected on a route towards the municipality of Galati,” they added.

The Defence Ministry said that it appears no objects have fallen on Romanian territory, but authorities will continue a search operation.

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