NATO fighter jets escort Russian aircraft from Lithuania

Polish Mig-29 fighter jets scrambled from the Lithuanian Air Force Aviation Base in northern part of the country on Friday to escort Russian airplanes flying close to the Estonian coast of the Baltic Sea, Lithuanian officials confirmed.
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