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Second attack reported today in Ukraine’s neighbour Moldova

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Moldova’s President has called for the formation of a Security Council after further explosions were reported in the Russian-speaking Moldovan breakaway state of Transnistria. On top of this, there was an unprecedented number of unidentified planes spotted on radar, flying in close proximity to the country.

Russian news site GazetaRU took to Twitter stating: “The Moldovan president calls a meeting of the Security Council because of the incidents in Transnistria. Earlier, unknown persons shelled the territory of a radio and television centre in the village of Mayak. In addition, the day before, grenade launchers were fired at the building of the Ministry of State Security of the unrecognized republic in Tiraspol.”

Ukraine for freedom posted on their Twitter :

“The so-called Ministry of Internal Affairs of Transnistria reported that early in the morning on April 26, there were two explosions in the village of Maiak in Grigoriopol District: the first at 6:40, and the second at 7:05,” showing an image of two destroyed radio antenna. 

Following this, they Tweeted: “According to the data available as of 9 am, the two most powerful antennas have been brought out of operation as a result of explosions, the one – megawatt, the other – half-megawatt. Both used to rebroadcast Russian radio.”

Anonymous Operations (@AnonOpsSE) tweeted: “Planes are now flying around Moldova”, showing a flight radar image of flight patterns currently seen around Moldova.

Local authorities are reporting that checkpoints will be set up at the entrance to the cities of Transnistria. Vehicles will be inspected prior to entry, and there will be control measures for people entering and exiting the settlement. The Russian Federation would like to avoid a scenario where Moscow will have to intervene in the conflict according to the Russian Foreign Ministry. 

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