It informs Reuters.
“We have no information indicating a deliberate attack by Russia, and we await the results of the ongoing investigation,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told EU lawmakers.
He warned of the danger posed by Russian airstrikes conducted so close to alliance territory.
“This demonstrates the risks of incidents and accidents. Regardless of the outcome of this (investigation, ed.), of course, we have seen a lot of combat operations, as well as air attacks near NATO’s borders,” the Secretary General added.
Before NewsMaker reported on the statement of the official representative of NATO, Dylan White.
“Romania has confirmed that debris, possibly of a drone, was found on Romanian territory near the border with Ukraine. The country’s authorities are investigating the incident and reported on it at a meeting of the NATO Council,” White emphasized, adding that allied countries expressed solidarity with Romania.
The representative of the Alliance also emphasized that NATO has significantly strengthened its presence in the Black Sea region after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
“We continue to closely monitor the situation and are in close contact with our ally Romania,” said a NATO official.
We will remind you that on the night of September 3-4, Russia carried out a massive attack on the south of Ukraine with Iranian kamikaze drones. According to our border guards, some of the drones fell and exploded on the territory of Romania, a NATO member country. The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba, announced the presence of photographic evidence of the downing of drones in Romania.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania stated that the drone attacks carried out by the Russian Federation did not pose a direct military threat to our national territory or territorial waters.
On September 5, the head of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, said that neither Russian drones nor any parts fell on the territory of the country.
Also, OSINT analysts established that a Russian drone fell on the territory of Romania near one of the border villages.
On Wednesday, September 6, Minister Ángel Tilvar confirmed that a team from the Ministry of National Defense found suspected pieces of a Russian drone on the territory of Romania.
President Klaus Iohannis said that due to the alleged fall of the wreckage of a Russian drone on the territory of Romania, an investigation should be conducted https://espreso.tv/prezident-rumunii-vidreaguvav-na-intsident-z-imovirnim-padinnyam-ulamkiv-rosiyskogo-drona