The press service of the Security Service of Ukraine stated that on September 6, 2023, the Russian side of the market in Konstantinovka was hit by a missile from the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system (SAM). Ukrayinska Pravda reports this.
Thus, the ministry commented on The New York Times’ investigation, which claimed that a Ukrainian missile had fallen on the market.
“The SBU is investigating another war crime of the Russian Federation related to the bombing of the market in Konstantinovka by the Russians on September 6 this year,” the ministry’s press service said.
Emphasizing that the Russian side hit a civilian object from the S-300 complex, officials emphasized that this was “proven by the detected missile parts seized at the scene of the tragedy.”
Previously The New York Times spent Investigation into a missile attack on a market in Konstantinovka. The Ukrainian side blamed Russia for the attack, but journalists learned that the missile belonged to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Most likely, the strike was caused by an error in the Ukrainian air defense system.
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