Ukraine has said that Russian drones “detonated” in Romania which is a member of NATO, but this has been denied.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said that Russian drones hit Romania following a huge attack on Izmail.
Ukraine said that their Air Force had shot down 23 out of 32 Iranian “Shahed” drones which were launched from Crimea and Russia.
Ukrainian official Oleg Nikolenko said, “According to Ukraine’s state border guard service, last night, during a massive Russian attack near the port of Izmail, Russian ‘Shakheds’ fell and detonated on the territory of Romania.
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However, Romania has strenuously denied this happened and the Defence Ministry “categorically” denies that Russian drones landed on their territory on Monday morning.
The Ministry said the Russian attack did not “generate direct military threats to Romania’s national territory or territorial waters.
The Romanian Ministry added that they have taken measures to strengthen their defences on the eastern flank.
On Sunday Ukrainian ports were targeted by Russian forces hitting “civil infrastructure” of the Danube in Odessa which lasted for more than “3.5 hours.”
More than 24 Russian kamikaze drones on grain stores on the border with NATO member Romania which threatens to provoke “food crisis and famine in the world.”
Ukraine’s Air Force claimed that 22 drones were shot down but three hit their targets and two people were injured in the explosions.
Ukraine’s South Military Command issued a statement saying, “The enemy once again attacked the civil infrastructure of the Danube in Odessa.
“Unfortunately, there was a hit in the port infrastructure, as a result of which a fire broke out, which the firefighters promptly extinguished.
“It is known in advance about 2 injured civilians. They were given medical assistance.”
Romania’s Foreign Minister Luminita Odobescu called a “barbaric attack against civilian targets.”