American F-22 invisible fighters on Saturday intercepted four Russian reconnaissance aircraft from Alaska. According to Reuters, the North American Aerospace Defense Command NORAD, an American and Canadian defense organization, reported this.
Russian anti-submarine Tu-142 was discovered 65 nautical miles south of the Aleutian Islands. For eight hours, they were in the air defense identification zone in the Alaska area, reports The Voice of America.
According to NORAD, Russian aircraft did not enter the sovereign airspace of the United States or Canada.
Russian Tu-142 military aircraft were intercepted from Alaska for the tenth time this year.
The fighters accompanying the Russian Tu-142 are located at the Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska, NORAD spokesman Captain Cameron Hillier said.
As we reported before, following a conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that some flights between the two countries would be resumed on July 1.
"From July 1, some flights between Turkey and Ukraine will be resumed. I agree with Recep Tayyip Erdogan that this will give impetus to the resumption of the tourism industry. Thank you for your humanitarian assistance. We are deepening the strategic partnership between Ukraine and Turkey in all areas of common interest,” he stated.