Was the NATO’s airstrike on the Chinese embassy in 1999 in Belgrade during their operation in Yugoslavia killing three Chinese nationals deliberate?
The NATO airstrike on the Chinese embassy in Belgrade on May 7, 1999, could have been deliberate, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview for NTV’s “U-Turn Above the Atlantic” documentary.
“I think it was an accident but I am not completely sure,” Lavrov said when asked to comment on the airstrike.
A missile hit the Chinese embassy in Belgrade during NATO’s operation in Yugoslavia, killing three Chinese nationals. The North Atlantic Alliance claims it was a mistake, while the Federal Procurement Office located nearby was the actual target of the attack.
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