Russian missiles 'flew over Nato airspace in Romania', Ukraine claims

Two Russian missiles breached Nato airspace by flying over Romania, Ukraine has said.

The Kalibr cruise missiles were allegedly launched from a vessel in the Black Sea on Friday morning and were destined for a target in western Ukraine.

After travelling over the Ukrainian coastline, they initially continued through the warzone before crossing the border into landlocked Moldova, according to both Ukrainian and Moldovan authorities.

Ukraine’s military says the missiles then flew into Romania shortly after 10.30am before heading back into Ukrainian airspace near where the three countries’ borders meet.

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