Russian Rocket Falls in the North of Moldova

Monday, 31 October 2022

A Russian rocket fell in the village of Naslavcea, in the Ocnita District in the north of Moldova, in the morning of 31 October.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova informed that a rocket was shot down by the Ukrainian air defence system and fell on the northern part of the village of Naslavcea, which is located near the border with Ukraine.

The ministry noted that, according to the Ukrainian authorities, Russians attacked the Dniester Hydroelectric Power Plant in Ukraine, which is located 10 km away from the Naslavcea. There is no threat of flooding.

 

 

"At the moment, the Interior Ministry forces have surrounded the area hit by the rocket in order to prevent possible danger. A documentation group is working at the scene," the ministry reported.


 Photo credit: The Interior Ministry of Moldova

On 10 October, three Russian missiles breached the airspace of Moldova.

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