NATO fighters taken to skies 30 times since September to intercept Russian planes at Baltic borders

Since the beginning of September, NATO fighter jets stationed in the Baltics have taken to the skies 30 times to identify Russian aircraft flying near Baltic borders, the Latvian Defence Ministry's portal Sargs.lv informs.
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