Drone Incident, Stop Anti-US Actions: Russia

According to him, “We consider any action by American weapons as open hostility.”

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Russia has called on the US to stop a series of ‘hostile’ actions near its border.

Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, wrote in a telegram on Wednesday that Russian planes had tried to intercept an American drone over the Black Sea near the border.

He said, “We believe that the United States will now stop such flights and will also refrain from spreading rumors in the media.”

According to him, “We consider any action by American weapons as open hostility.”

Keep in mind that on Tuesday, the news of a Russian warplane hitting an American drone over the Black Sea was revealed, after which the drone was destroyed, and the United States described it as Russia’s “recklessness” and said that the Russian aircraft Fuel was thrown at the drone.

The U.S. and European command say two Russian planes intercepted the unmanned MQ Nine Reaper over international waters, and one of them crashed into its propeller.

After the incident, the Ministry of Defense of Russia said that after seeing the American drone, the Russian aircraft chased it, but it was not destroyed because of it.

According to the Ministry of Defense, an American MQ-Nine drone was flying towards the Russian border in the Crimea region of the Black Sea.

After the incident, the leadership of the United States and its European allies said that “before the collision, the Russian plane dumped fuel on the drone several times and flew right in front of it, which was reckless and this action was professionally and environmentally unethical.” was not correct.’

The US Department of Defense described the drone as a routine surveillance mission after Moscow denied destroying it.

On the other hand, the Russian Ministry explained that the drone lost balance due to high speed and hit the water surface. Russian ships had no role in it and neither did they use weapons.

The United States announced after the incident that it would protest by summoning the Russian ambassador.

White House National Security Spokesman John Kirby later said, “Obviously we have to accept the Russians’ denials.”

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