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NATO fighters intercept Russian fighters Su-24
08:44, 21 June 2016
NATO fighters intercept Russian fighters Su-24

Russian fighters spotted twice above Baltics

08:44, 21 June 2016

RIA Novosti

NATO fighters twice intercepted Russian military aircraft in the Baltic region last week. Lithuanian Defense Ministry press service reports this.

NATO fighters accompanied the transport plane An-26 from the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation to the main part of the country on June 14.

They also accompanied the transport plane Tu-134 flying to the opposite direction on June 16.

Both aircraft followed according to a predetermined plan, communicated with dispatchers and enabled their transmitters.

But in both cases, the transport planes were accompanied by two Russian fighters Su-24, which flew without pre-agreed flight plan with transponders turned off and without contacting the dispatchers.

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