Ukraine News: Russia Violates NATO Airspace in Attack on Ukraine

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Russia is again carrying out airstrikes in the Ukrainian capital – and apparently violating NATO airspace. News ticker about the war in Ukraine.

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Updated March 25, 10:35 am: The Speaker of the Polish Parliament, Simon Holownia, believes that as long as the war in Ukraine continues, incidents of Russian missile violations in Polish airspace will continue.

What is important, says Holovnia, is “all systems [ihre Aufgaben] have fulfilled”. He called for these systems to be improved and “spare no effort and no money to equip ourselves”. Hołownia pointed out that rockets should always be fired in a way that does not harm civilians. “When you launch such a rocket, its debris falls somewhere, which is an uncontrollable and very complicated process. I am sure that [polnische] “The military did what it had to do,” Holownia said, referring to the current case in which a Russian missile violated Polish airspace (see update from March 24, 7:45 am).

A Polish Air Force F-16 jet with Polish and US Air Force members takes off during a media day. (archive photo) © Grzegorz Michalowski/dpa

Attacks on Russia in Ukraine War: Secret Service Reports Damage to Black Sea Fleet

Updated March 25, 9:31 am: Ukrainian military intelligence service GUR today reports “significant” damage to the Russian landing craft “Yamal”. He writes that this was caused by a Ukrainian attack on the Russian Black Sea fleet off Crimea GUR on Facebook.

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The attack had already taken place on March 23. Yamal now has a hole in the top floor.

Russia violates NATO airspace in Ukraine attack: Poland demands explanation

Updated as of March 25, 5:30 am: “Poland demands an explanation from the Russian Federation for the renewed violation of airspace,” a spokesman for the Polish Foreign Ministry said on Sunday (March 24). “Our next move will depend on the reports and information from the Russian ambassador invited by Poland.”

The incident occurred during Russian attacks on western Ukraine. According to the Polish military, the NATO country's airspace was “violated for approximately 40 seconds by one of the cruise missiles launched tonight by the Air Force of the Russian Federation (…).” After the incident, Polish and Allied air forces were activated.

In a similar incident in December 2023, a Russian missile entered Polish airspace and headed toward Ukraine minutes later. The NATO alliance case regulated in Article 5 provides for a collective response in the event of an “armed attack” on one or more member states.

After Russia violates NATO airspace in Ukraine attack: Poland summons ambassador

Updated March 24, 3:33 pm: Poland has responded to Russia's alleged violation of its airspace during a missile attack on Ukraine. Poland's Deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Szejna said the Foreign Ministry in Warsaw would summon the Russian ambassador, according to the PAP. He should explain himself about this incident.

Updated as of March 24, 10:00 am: Ukraine's military said two large Russian landing craft used by the Black Sea Navy hit a communications center and other infrastructure during nighttime raids on the Russian-annexed Crimean peninsula. A Russian-appointed official confirms that a major Ukrainian attack took place that night. Air defenses fired more than a dozen rockets at the Crimean port city of Sevastopol.

Russia Violates NATO Airspace in Attack on Ukraine – Polish Reaction

Updated as of March 24, 7:45 am: Russia briefly violated the airspace of NATO member Poland during rocket attacks in western Ukraine on Sunday morning, according to Polish reports. At 4:23 a.m. on March 24, Polish airspace was violated by a cruise missile launched that night by a Russian long-range aircraft, the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces wrote on X Platform (formerly Twitter). Cities in western Ukraine are targets of the attack. The object entered Polish airspace near the village of Osartow and remained there for 39 seconds.

It was monitored by military radar systems throughout the aircraft. All necessary procedures to ensure the safety of Polish airspace have been initiated. Among others, Polish and Allied air forces were activated.

Updated as of March 24, 6:15 am: Poland is mobilizing its air fleet after Russian airstrikes in western Ukraine. “Poland and allied aircraft have been activated, which will lead to high noise pollution, especially in the southeastern part of the country,” the operational command of the Polish Armed Forces said on social media service X. The southeastern part of Poland borders Ukraine.

Ukraine war: Russia strikes Kiev and Lviv from the air

Updated March 24, 5:30 am: Russia launched airstrikes on the Ukrainian capital Kiev and the Lviv region in the west of the country on Sunday night. “Explosions in Capital. Air defense works. Do not leave shelters,” Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko wrote on the online Telegram service. The governor of the Lviv region, Maksim Kositsky, announced rocket attacks in the district around the city of Stryi, south of Lviv.

For its part, the Operational Command of the Polish Armed Forces (RSZ) announced that it had observed “intense activity of long-range aircraft from the Russian Federation” during the night, linked to attacks in Ukraine. “All necessary procedures have been implemented to ensure the safety of Polish airspace, and RSZ continues to monitor the situation,” the statement continued.

National Day of Mourning in Russia

First Statement: KYIV/MOSCOW – Russia is remembering more than 130 victims of a terrorist attack at a concert hall near Moscow on a national day of mourning this Sunday. Terrorist militants Islamic State have already claimed responsibility for Saturday night's attack, but Russian President Putin saw a “Ukrainian clue” behind the attack – but offered no evidence. Kiev denied any involvement in the crime. Abroad, Serbia and Nicaragua joined in the commemoration with their own days of mourning. At least 133 people, including three children, were killed in the attack on Friday evening. Many more may be found under the rubble.

The four main suspects in the terror attack were brought to the Russian capital for questioning on Saturday evening. As the state agency Tass also reported, the four were taken in a highly secured convoy from the Bryansk region in the south of the country, where they were arrested, by a so-called investigative team. An application for an arrest warrant is expected to be submitted to the court in the coming days. They all face life in prison, Doss said. 11 suspects have been arrested since the attack.

Zelenskyj: Moscow always blames others

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky flatly rejected Putin's attempts to claim shared responsibility for Ukraine's attack with baseless accusations. “Of course, after yesterday's incident in Moscow, Putin and other bastards are trying to shift the blame to someone else,” Zelensky said in his daily video address on Saturday evening. The Russian side always uses the same methods. “They always blame others.” After the events at the concert hall, “that absolute nobody Putin” took a day of silence instead of taking care of his Russian citizens. Instead, Putin was thinking “how can we bring this to Ukraine?”

Zelensky accused Russia of spreading terrorism. Russians come to Ukraine to burn cities “and try to shift the blame to Ukraine.” They tortured and raped people – and blamed the victims. “They've brought hundreds of thousands of their own terrorists here on Ukrainian soil to fight against us, and they don't care what's happening in their own country.”

Russia will pay particular attention to when the Patriots built in Japan under US license will be exported to the US and then to Ukraine. If that happens, it will have serious consequences for bilateral Russian-Japanese relations, “including our retaliatory measures,” Nostrev said. (red mit Agenturmaterial)

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