The Kremlin commented on the fall of the Ukrainian rocket in Belarus

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the fall of a Ukrainian missile in Belarus is a source of great concern, noting that the military of Belarus and Russia are in constant contact.

Peskov continued in his press statement today, Friday, that what happened “causes great concern not only for us, but also for our Belarusian partners.”

Peskov added that the Russian and Belarusian armies are “in constant contact” and “permanently coordinated” at the highest levels of mutual dialogue, since its confidential nature allows the two countries to quickly exchange information.

Peskov concluded his speech with the words: “You know that Belarus has taken a number of measures in connection with this and has taken a certain course towards the Ukrainian side, but I repeat, this is a disturbing development.”

Yesterday, on Thursday, the Ministry of Defense of Belarus reported that the air defense forces of the republic shot down a missile, the fragments of which fell in the Brest region, and it turned out to be an S-300 anti-aircraft guided missile launched from the territory of Ukraine. and there is no information about the victims.

Source: News

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