VIRAL! Alien Aircraft Shot Down By Humans? Russian Air Defenses Claim To Have Destroyed Mysterious Ball-shaped Object Near Sea Of Azov-WATCH VIDEO

Regional governor Vasily Golubev urged the people to remain calm as he explained that "the decision was taken to liquidate” the object

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VIRAL! Alien Aircraft Shot Down By Humans? Russian Air Defenses Claim To Have Destroyed Mysterious Ball-shaped Object Near Sea Of Azov-WATCH VIDEO
The claims of UFO spottings have surged exponentially and netizens have been preparing for the worst. While some want to maintain a healthy relationships with aliens (if they land on Earth), Russia appears to be planning otherwise. As per the recent reports, Anti-aircraft batteries in the southern Russian region of Rostov claimed to have shot down what is being described in a local news reports as a ‘UFO’. 

A DailyStar report, regional governor Vasily Golubev wrote on Telegram, a "small-size object in the shape of a ball" was spotted flying over the village of Sultan Sala in the region's Myasnikovsky district, at an altitude of roughly one and a half miles on Tuesday, January 3.


The unidentified object was immediately shot down by local air defences. Local news outlet Pivyet Rostov reported that "a UFO in the form of a ball was shot down in the sky."

Golubev urged the people to remain calm as he explained that "the decision was taken to liquidate” the object. He reassured the locals that “the sky is covered with anti-aircraft defences," and that there was no danger, reported DailyStar.

Interestingly, a video of the shiny ball-shaped object exploding in the sky was broadcasted on the local news channel Ostorozhna, RIA Novosti. 

Rostov occupies a strategically important position on the Sea of Azov, a body of water bounded by Russia on the east, and by Ukraine on the northwest and southwest. The province was named as one of six Russian regions - along with two newly-annexed regions in which Russian leader Vladimir Putin has introduced a "medium-response level”.

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