This morning, a missile shot down by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft system fell near the village of Naslavcea in Moldova, the Interior Ministry announces
This morning, a missile shot down by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft system fell near the northern edge of the town of Naslavcea in the Republic of Moldova, on the border with Ukraine. According to officials from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MAI), no casualties have been reported so far, but the windows of several houses in Naslavcea have been destroyed.
“The Ukrainian authorities have reported that this morning a drone attack took place on the Dnestrovsc1 dam on Ukrainian territory, which is 10 km from the Naslavcea dam. The Russian attack did not affect the dam, but electrical components related to the Ukrainian dam were attacked, targeting electrical transformers. The Ukrainian authorities announce that there is no danger of flooding,” the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
The moment the Russian missile crashed at Naslavcea was captured by surveillance cameras. Video published by NordNews portal.
On the morning of Monday 31 October, the Russians launched several missiles at Ukraine. The head of the administration in Chernivtsi, Ruslan Zaparaniuk, announced that the Russian attacks had damaged critical infrastructure. “Critical infrastructure has been damaged in the Chernivtsi region as a result of Russian missile strikes,” Zaparaniuk announced on Telegram.
Limited access in the area at the northern end of Naslavcea. The Otaci and Ocnita Border Police Sectors have been placed under a special regime of activity
The Border Police of Moldova announces that access to the area in the northern end of the Naslavcea locality, located on the border with Ukraine, including access to the island, has been restricted, following the fall this morning of the debris of a missile, shot down by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft system. According to Border Police representatives, the incident is currently being documented by a team led by a prosecutor.
“Ukrainian authorities informed that this morning there was a drone attack on the Dnestrovsc1 dam on the territory of Ukraine, which is 10 km away from the Naslavcea dam. The Russian attack did not affect the dam, but electrical components related to the Ukrainian dam were attacked, targeting electrical transformers. The Ukrainian authorities announce that there is no danger of flooding,” the MFA said in a statement.
Later, the Ministry of Defence announced that the air surveillance systems of the National Army did not detect any illegal flights in Moldovan airspace: “The fragments of the downed missile were not detected by the radiolocation stations due to their small size and small reflective surface.”
“The Ministry of Defence informs that the engineers of the National Army are moving to the site to investigate the terrain. With further information we will come back in due course,” a statement said.