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U.S. electronic intelligence aircraft starts monitoring mission above occupied Crimea

The plane collects information about the situation on the occupied peninsula
22:15, 9 January 2019
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Boeing RC-135V electronic intelligence aircraft of the United States Air Force started a surveillance mission over the Black Sea, reports Liveuamap 

It is reported that the aircraft is collecting information on the situation in Crimea.  

'PING41 6414841 USAF RC135V Rivet Joint on surveillance mission over the Black Sea, collecting intel on situation in Crimea and Russian coast,' reads the message.


As we reported earlier, more than ten Russian fighter jets, Sukhoi Su-27 and Su-30 arrived at Belbek airfield near Sevastopol on December 22. Foreign mass media report that the deployment of the combat aircraft was conducted amid the increased tension around the Sea of Azov after the incident on November 25, when Russia captured the Ukrainian vessels and its crew members in the Black Sea.  

Related: Less people cross administrative boundary line with Crimea, - Border Service

Crimea was annexed by Russia after the illegal referendum held on the peninsula in March 2014. Earlier, the Russian military captured all strategic military objects and buildings of the key authoritative bodies. Neither Ukraine nor the rest of the civilized countries recognized the results of the referendum. A number of the European and the world countries, including Ukraine, imposed the economic sanctions against Russia.  

Related: 37 people were arrested for political reasons in annexed Crimea in 2018

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Chris Babeouf

Member since: 10.02.2017

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9 January 2019, 23:20
'U.S. electronic intelligence aircraft starts monitoring mission above occupied Crimea' Please this would be in Russian airspace and it would get shot down. Dr Goebbels mighty approve of starting with the Big Lie but propaganda techniques have moved on since then while you obviously haven't kept up.
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