Ukraine: A Russian drone was shot down after it flew in Polish airspace in violation of NATO territory – Reuters

A Russian drone was reportedly shot down in Ukraine after it allegedly flew in Polish airspace.

Reports say the drone first flew over the city of Yavoriv before flying over Poland, where it violated NATO territory.

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The drone has reportedly assessed the damage caused by an attack in Yavoriv, ​​Ukraine[/caption]

The Ukrainian armed forces said that the drone first flew over the Yavorev test site, as it appears to be assessing the effects of a missile attack in the Lviv region, 24 television reports.

It then flew over Poland before returning to Ukrainian airspace where it was shot down by the country’s air defenses.

A spokesman for the Ukrainian forces said: “As we see, the occupiers continue to carry out their provocative actions without hesitation, flying in the airspace of NATO member states.

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