A Ukrainian S-300 missile landed in Belarus on Thursday morning after being shot down over Brest.
Belarus called for the Ukrainian ambassador following the incident after it may have unintentionally veered off course.
Anatoly Glaz from the foreign ministry in Belarus said, “We have demanded that Ukraine carry out a thorough investigation in to all the circumstances of the missile launch, bring those responsible to justice and take comprehensive measures to prevent the recurrence of such incidents in the future.
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“Which could lead to catastrophic consequences for everyone.”
However, Oleg Konovalov, the military commissar of the Brest region posted a video message, he said, “Locals have absolutely nothing to worry about.
“Unfortunately, these things happen.”
— UkraineRussiaWarObserver (@URWarObserver) December 29, 2022
A Ukrainian spokesman for the military said the missile was a stray and the incident was “nothing strange, a result of air defence,” which “has happened more than once.”
#Belarus Officially confirmed: this morning, a S-300 complex missile fell down in Belarus. Lukashenka instructed to create a group of specialists to investigate the incident. There are no casualties.
Propaganda immediately blamed Ukrainians for this. pic.twitter.com/stAAFeCKDc
— Hanna Liubakova (@HannaLiubakova) December 29, 2022
Following an investigation the Belarusian defence ministry said parts of the missile were “found in an agricultural field.”
The statement added, “During the verification process, it was established that the wreckage belongs to an S-300 anti-aircraft guided missile fired from the territory of Ukraine.”