NATO has launched several fighter jets this week to track and intercept Russian aircraft.
CNN reports that NATO radars picked up a number of unidentified aircraft over Baltiysky and Cherny seas from Tuesday. VNATO noted that Russian aircraft often “do not transmit the transponder code indicating their position and altitude, do not submit a flight plan or do not get in touch.”
Polish, Danish, French and Spain. In the Black Sea region, Romanian and British planes were used to investigate traces of unknown aircraft.
NATO stressed that Russian planes did not enter the airspace of the Alliance.
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