After NATO's reaction to the fall of the drone in the United States called the Russian ambassador
All NATO member countries have been informed about the incident with the American MQ-9 Reaper drone that fell in the Black Sea.
A senior military commander of the North Atlantic Alliance, General Christopher Cavoli, briefed Western allies on the details of the US Air Force UAV crash incident in the Black Sea.
NATO countries have already been warned about the incident
Cavoli reportedly briefed all 30 NATO member states on the situation in which the MQ-9 Reaper drone crashed in international waters.
General (Christopher) Cavoli briefed NATO allies on the incident today, a spokesman said.
The incident was condemned by the US military as “reckless”.
Earlier, spokesman John Kirby said the US State Department would notify Russian officials of concerns about the situation.
US summoned Russian ambassador
Shortly after that, it became known that because of what happened, the United States summoned the Russian ambassador in Washington to the State Department.
What you need to know about the incident in the Black Sea
- Around 7:00 a.m., one of the Russian Su-27s crashed into the propeller of a US Air Force MQ-9 drone, forcing it to be sunk by US forces in international waters.
- The US Air Force noted that the drone carried out an exclusively reconnaissance mission. Meanwhile, several times before the collision, 2 Su-27 aircraft tried to intercept the drone by dropping fuel in front of it.
- The United States is trying to quickly pick up the wreckage of the UAV so that they do not fall into the hands of the Kremlin. Meanwhile, the Russian “vultures” also began their search. However, according to the Pentagon, the Russians have yet to locate the remnants of the drone.
- Meanwhile, the Russian Ministry of Defense has already published the official fable that the American UAV itself lost altitude and collided with water.