Romania plans to install anti-drone system on border with Ukraine - media
Romania intends to construct a modern anti-drone system on its border with Ukraine to protect its territory from Russian attacks
Several government sources told HotNews.ro about this.
According to the report, Romania will receive this system by agreement with NATO on the basis of an intergovernmental agreement with one of the partner countries.
According to the publication's interlocutors, this is one of the most powerful anti-drone systems in Europe.
Consequences of Russian shelling for Romania
On the night of September 3-4, Russia carried out a massive strike 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 crashing 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 our national territory or territorial waters.
On September 5, Romanian Prime Minister Klaus Iohannis said that neither Russian drones nor any parts had fallen on Romanian territory.
On Wednesday, September 6, Minister Angel Tilvar confirmed that a team from the Ministry of National Defence had found suspected pieces of a Russian drone in Romania.
On September 12, the Romanian Defense Ministry began to build shelters for the population in the village of Plauru, located near Ukrainian Izmail.
And on September 29, the media reported that Romania had moved its air defense systems closer to the border with Ukraine.