OSINT analysts establish exact location of Russian drone crash in Romania
OSINT analysts have found that a Russian drone crashed in Romania near one of the border villages
This was reported by GeoConfirmed on Twitter.
Analysts have identified a location in a Romanian field where a Russian drone probably crashed during another attack by the aggressor country on Ukraine's port infrastructure.
This spot is located less than a kilometer and a half from the village of Plauru.
What preceded it
On the night of September 3 to 4, Russia launched a massive attack on southern Ukraine with Iranian kamikaze drones. According to Ukrainian border guards, some of the drones crashed and exploded on the territory of Romania, a NATO member state. Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that there was photographic evidence of the drones falling in Romania.
The Romanian Foreign Ministry stated that the drone attacks carried out by the Russian Federation did not pose a direct military threat to the national territory or territorial waters of Romania.
On September 5, Romanian Prime Minister Klaus Iohannis said that neither Russian drones nor any parts had fallen on Romanian territory.