Demolished cars, a crater three meters deep: A drone crashed in a park in the Croatian capital. It is questionable whether he belongs to the Ukrainian or Russian army. Video recordings from Zagreb show clear traces.
About a park in the Croatian capital Zagreb A military drone crashed on Friday night. This was confirmed on Friday by Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on the sidelines of the EU summit in Versailles. According to the police, no one was injured. Parked cars were damaged.
“According to the information we have available, it is a Russian-made aircraft,” Plenkovic told Croatian journalists. “We don’t know if it was in the possession of the Russian or Ukrainian military,” he added. The aircraft entered Croatian airspace via Romania and Hungary. “We also contacted the Ukrainian side to see if they have any information on how the plane got to Zagreb,” Plenkovic continued.
According to media reports, the crashed plane left a crater three meters wide and one meter deep at the crash site in Zagreb’s Jarun Park. The portal “index.hr” quoted former Zagreb city civil defense chief Pavle Kalinic as saying the object was a Soviet-type long-range reconnaissance drone. Tupolev M-141 could have acted. This aircraft has a range of 1,000 kilometers.
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