Moscow will work to retrieve the wreckage of an American drone that crashed over the Black Sea after Washington stated it collided with a Russian fighter jet, a high official stated Wednesday.
“I do not know whether or not we’ll be capable of retrieve it or not however it needs to be executed. And we will definitely work on it,” Russian Safety Council secretary Nikolai Patrushev stated in televised remarks.
“I hope for fulfillment after all.”
The pinnacle of Russia’s SVR intelligence service, Sergei Naryshkin, stated the nation has “technical” capabilities to retrieve the drone.
Tensions simmered Wednesday after a Russian fighter jet was accused of colliding with an American drone over the Black Sea a day earlier.
Though Russia denies its Su-27 airplane clipped the propeller of an unmanned Reaper drone, Kyiv stated the incident over worldwide waters was a Kremlin try to widen the Ukraine battle.
“We should defend our independence, and sovereignty,” Patrushev stated on Wednesday, including that the flight of the drone was one other piece of “proof that they’re participating” within the hostilities in Ukraine, referring to the USA.
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