The war between Russia-Ukraine is still going on. Meanwhile, news is coming that a cargo plane from Ukraine has crashed. Ukraine’s cargo plane reportedly going from Serbia to Jordan crashed in Greece. However, it is not yet confirmed that there was only ammunition inside the plane. But it has been confirmed that it was a cargo plane. A cargo plane operated by a Ukrainian airline crashed in the city of Kavala in northern Greece.
Greek civil aviation officials say the flight was going from Serbia to Jordan, but it is not clear how many people were on the plane or what was the plane’s cargo. It was operated by Meridian, a cargo carrier. Hindustan Times quoted the Associated Press as saying that Pagaio Mayor Filippos Anastasiadis said, “We were hearing explosions until a few minutes ago. I was about 300 meters from the accident site.”
Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority said the pilot managed to alert authorities to a problem with one of the aircraft’s engines and was given the option of landing at Thessaloniki or Kavala airports and opted for Kavala, which was closer. . But the plane crashed about 40 kilometers (25 mi) west of the airport.
Local people reported seeing fireballs and plumes of smoke. The explosion fueled speculation among locals and some Greek media that the plane contained explosives. Greek media house ERT reported that military explosives experts were on their way to the site, which is located on farmland close to two villages that are part of the municipality of Pagaio.
Five months have passed since the Russo-Ukraine war and as of now the scope of the end of the war is not visible even remotely. At the same time, many cities of Ukraine have suffered heavy damage and about 90 percent of the houses have been turned into piles of rubble.