Russian jets again approach Latvian border
On June 10, NATO jet fighters patrolling Baltic airspace took to the skies after observing unidentified aircraft on radar screens, the Latvian National Armed Forces said, reports LETA.
The NATO fighters determined that the unidentified aircraft included a Russian ''II-20'' surveillance plane, four ''Su-27'' fighters, as well as one ''An-26'' military transportation plane.
Furthermore, overnight, a Russian ''A-50'' militar ...
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