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Ministry of National Defence: Possible drone elements identified in Great Braila Island

April 23, 2024

The Ministry of National Defence (MApN) informs that, on Thursday evening, some elements that seem to come from a done were discovered on an agricultural plot of land in the Great Braila Island.In this context, the MApN, alongside other specialized structures within the National System for Defence, Public Order and National Safety, are investigating into the incident, according to the specific operational procedures.    Prime minister Marcel Ciolacu declared on Friday, in western Timisoara, regarding the drone fragments identified on Thursday evening on an agricultural land in southeastern Insula Mare a Brailei, that an investigation is underway, the respective perimeter having been closed and no one's life was endangered."A few minutes ago I spoke with the minister of Defense, since last night the perimeter has been closed, an investigation is underway. It is not the first, I would like it to be the last, it did not put anyone's life in danger," declared Marcel Ciolacu.Asked about the origin of the drone and what would have happened if it had fallen in a residential area, the prime minister reaffirmed that he is waiting for the investigation, but the drone would not have caused damage even if it had fallen in other areas because its crater shows that it was no explosion."At the moment we have no victims and there are no such problems. We hope that they are as small as possible or that we avoid these events as much as possible. Let's wait for the investigation. If we look at the crater, it did not have an explosion. That is why it could not cause damage even if it had fallen in another area. Let's wait for the investigation," said the prime minister.

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