Belarus accused a Polish military helicopter of illegally crossing its border.
Belarus has been a staunch ally of Russia during its invasion of Ukraine.
The operation over Estonia, which shares its eastern border with Russia, comes as tensions between NATO and Moscow remain high amid the Ukraine war.
"There will certainly be a moment when the fragility of Putin's regime is felt in Russia," the Ukrainian president said in a recent documentary.
Orbán's frank discussion of the war in Ukraine reflected a deep, nuanced, and historically informed understanding of Russian behavior, motivations, and tactics.
The former Department of Defense secretary said that the Russian leader will be willing to keep sacrificing soldiers in order to play the long game in Ukraine.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Sunday that the coalition could follow a "protracted" Ukraine war.
Mevlut Cavusoglu also accused European nations of trying to "sabotage" an agreement to export Ukraine grain.
Tom Tugendhat, a British member of parliament, said Monday that Putin's "list of suspects should include his own government."
Russian strikes fired at Ukraine from Belarus prove Putin's forces "can pass through Belarus quite freely," said Estonian official Marti Magnus.
Russia is accused of shelling Zaporizhzhia, the largest nuclear plant in Europe, as the Ukraine war continues.
Ukraine said it shot down seven of the eight missiles fired by Russia on Tuesday while one struck an anti-aircraft missile complex in the Lviv region.
Vladimir Putin said "there can be no winners" in a nuclear war, but Russian state TV has threatened the use of nuclear weapons for months amid the Ukraine war.
German weapons manufacturer Krauss-Maffei Wegmann touts the missiles as uniting "maximum precision with long range."
During the Ukraine war Lukashenko has been a key Putin ally, letting Russia fire missiles from Belarus, the UK's defense ministry reported Sunday.
Economic fallout amid the Ukraine war is weakening Putin's grip on power, said Iver Neumann.
Rumors about Vladimir Putin's health have swirled in recent months.
The rocket systems have boosted Ukraine's defense efforts in recent weeks.
"Tanks are supposed to fight [in] combined formations, but in terms of how they've been tactically used, Russia hasn't done that effectively," said one expert.
Russia's military is "struggling in terms of low morale" and recruitment, Sir Tony Radakin said Sunday.
Once the war ends, Ukraine plans to sue major financial institutions over their investments in Russian oil, Oleg Ustenko wrote in a letter this week.
Foreign minister Luigi Di Maio has condemned his ex-party the 5-Star Movement for threatening to bring down the Italian government.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called the move "worthless" on Monday, and said that it "shows Putin's aggressive appetites."
The official, described as "elderly" and having health problems, has been in captivity for nearly a week, local authorities said on Tuesday.
Sir Tony Radakin said Friday that "Russia will never take control of Ukraine," calling the invasion a "dreadful mistake."
The prime minister may not even stay in office through the end of the year, Sir Roger Gale, who voted against Johnson, said.
Sweden's ruling party have opposed military alignment in the past, but pressure from Finland, a key ally, helped sway their position on Sunday.
Marin is younger than New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern, 39, and Ukraine's Oleksiy Honcharuk, 35.
Socialists candidate Rumen Radev won Sunday's presidential election by a wide margin.