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Detecting 32 Spy Planes Close To The Airspace, Russia Immediately Sent Interceptors

 

 

Sputnik cited a graphic map of the Russian army's Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper showing that in just a week, the country's fighters had intercepted foreign spy planes three times.

The Sputnik news agency reported on August 7 that the Russian army detected 32 foreign jet spy planes participating in reconnaissance activities near the country's airspace last week.

Sputnik cited a graphic map of the Russian army Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper showing that the country's fighters had intercepted foreign planes three times. The paper said that the foreign jets were prevented from illegally entering Russian airspace.

During this time, Russia also detected six drones (UAVs) performing reconnaissance missions near the Russian border.

It is known that recently, on May 15, the official newspaper of the Krasnaya Zvezda army reported that, within a week, the Russian Armed Forces detected 25 foreign jets participating in virgin activities close to Russian airspace. Russian fighters had to intercept foreign planes twice.

It is known that the United States and NATO countries often dispatch aircraft and UAVs to conduct reconnaissance activities along Russia's borders in the Baltic and Black Sea, both off Crimea and Krasnodar.

The Russian air defense force regularly monitors, targets and monitors hundreds of NATO aircraft operating close to the border and sometimes forces fighter jets to force foreign military aircraft out of the country's airspace.

 

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