A new Russian drone kamikaze attack last night targeted the Ukrainian ports of Rennie, Ismail and Orlivka. Some of Moscow's drones crashed into the sea near a ferry carrying Romanians leaving Isakia, Romania.
In Ismail, the port infrastructure was damaged, while several warehouses and vehicles were badly hit by Russian drone strikes. The coordinated strike by Russian forces was announced by the governor of the Odessa region himself on his Telegram channel.
More specifically and according to the latest news, the Romanian coast guard representatives announced this morning that the road through Isakia has been completely closed due to attacks last night on the Ukrainian side.
"At the moment, the border guards from Isakia prohibit the passage of vehicles located at the entry point. The two ferries carrying people and vehicles from one bank of the Danube to the other are anchored on the Romanian side," the country's coast guard said.
Of course, this is not the only Russian attack that took place on the Romanian side. Moscow's drones were recorded flying near the city of Isaac itself in the Tula region.
One man caught the attack on his mobile phone camera. The images presented in the footage show the flames from the attacks on the Ukrainian bank of the Danube, a few kilometres away from Tulcea.
The Romanian who recorded the video can be heard shouting to his colleagues to leave the port as quickly as possible.
"Let's go, another drone is coming. Listen! Another drone is coming. Run, it's crashing here! Look, it fell here, right here! Let's go," the man shouted.
Isakia locals said they heard very loud noises on Monday night between 2:30 and 3:30 at night, adding that they saw five to six drones in the sky.
Three truck drivers who were at the Ukrainian customs post in Orlivka were injured. Four trucks were burned and two warehouses suffered some damage.
Between these hours no alarms and sirens were activated for the residents of the Romanian city.
Officials at the Orlivka customs office said the service would not operate until noon today.