NATO fighter jets intercept Russian fighter jets in the baltic region and black sea

Hsmilitarycom: NATO fighter jets stationed around the Baltic and Black Sea regions intercepted Russian jets. The incident took place near the airspace of NATO countries.

Nato said that in the past week such incidents have occurred several times. 

"NATO fighter jets stationed around the Baltic and Black Seas have flown several times over the past four days to track and intercept Russian fighter jets near the Alliance's airspace," nato's Jubir said at a Press briefing. 

"NATO radar has been tracking several unidentified fighter jets approaching the North Atlantic defense pact's airspace since April 26, he added. 

In response, allied fighter jets from Poland, Denmark, France, and Spain in the Baltic region, and Romania and Britain in the Black Sea region. 

According to NATO, Russian military aircraft often do not transmit flight information or communicate with air traffic controllers. The Russian military move was thought to pose a potential threat to civil aviation. 

Last year, about 80% of NATO fighter jet missions across Europe were reportedly launched to intercept Russian fighter jets. 

NATO fighter jets were deployed 370 times across Europe in 2021.


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