The State Department does not see any threat to Moldova and Romania from Russia
Washington, February 10 – Vedant Patel, deputy spokesperson for the US State Department, said Russia poses no military threats to Moldova and Romania.
Earlier on Friday, the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian forces, Valeriy Zaluzhny, said that two missiles supposedly Russian crossed the border with Moldova, then the border with Romania, after which they entered Ukrainian airspace. The Ministry of Defense of Moldova announced an alleged violation of the republic’s airspace with a missile heading towards Ukraine, but did not specify who. Russian Ambassador Oleg Vasnetsov was summoned to the Moldovan Ministry of Foreign Affairs after reports of a missile violating the republic’s airspace.
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