Ukraine has been accused of carrying out attacks in Russian-backed areas of Moldova

Ukraine has been accused of carrying out attacks in Russian-backed areas of Moldova

Moldova has been accused of carrying out Ukrainian attacks in the Russian-backed Transnistria region.

The BBC quoted the authorities as saying.

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Authorities say a village in Moldova was shot down from Ukraine last night. The village has a large ammunition depot.

The Transnistrian Interior Ministry said it had identified the drone, which was sent from Ukraine.

There have been several attacks in the last few days in the Russian-backed Transnistria region. A radio tower was destroyed in the attack.

Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia’s special services were behind the attack.

Earlier, Russian Commander Major General Rustam Minekayev spoke openly about what Russia wants to achieve in Ukraine.

“We want to take full control of the Donbass and the south of Ukraine,” he said. This will create direct contact with Crimea, which was occupied in 2014.

If the goal is achieved, Moscow will gain access to Transnistria, a pro-Russian separatist region in Moldova.

After the Russian general’s remarks, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, “I have said many times before that Russia wants to occupy another country.” The attack on Ukraine is just the beginning of his efforts to achieve that goal.

Meanwhile, in response to the Russian commander’s remarks, the Moldovan Foreign Ministry expressed “deep concern” and summoned the Russian ambassador to the country.

 

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