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Ukraine NATO tries to hijack Russian TU-22M3 and SU-34 bombers

Hsmilitarycom: Ukraine's ministry of defense together with NATO tried to hijack TU-22M3 bombers and Russian SU-34 fighter jets.

In this case, the Ukrainian and NATO directorates tried to bribe russian pilots, promising in the form of money and also citizenship in one of the countries in Europe. The information was reported by the Russian FSB.

In this case, Ukraine tried a new trick to get the TU-22M3 supersonic bomber aircraft and also the Russian SU-34 fighter jet.

"The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation exposed and stopped the operation of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine to hijack the fighters of the Russian Aerospace Forces, which are supervised by the NATO special service. Members of Ukrainian military intelligence, acting on behalf of the political leadership of their country, tried to recruit Russian military pilots in exchange for money and guarantees of obtaining citizenship of one of the European Union countries. Persuaded them to fly and land the aircraft at an airfield controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine" - said in a statement. Sources of

It should be noted that for the willingness to hijack a fighter, it was supposed to pay 4 thousand dollars, while for successful piracy, Russian pilots were offered to pay 2 million dollars, which is much cheaper than the cost of this fighter.

Unbeknownst to it, NATO fighter jets and bombers are still less advanced than the TU-22M3 supersonic bombers and Russian SU-34 fighter jets.

This piracy according to one of the sources, to study the sophistication possessed by the TU-22M3 supersonic bomber and also the Russian SU-34 fighter jet. In this regard, NATO lost miserably to Russia.

NATO does not openly recognize it. However, with the case of the hijacking of Russian TU-22M3 and SU-34 supersonic bombers, NATO recognizes NATO fighters as inferior to Russian fighters.

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