NATO jets from Lithuania scrambled over Russian intelligence plane

NATO fighter-jets patrolling the Baltic skies from Lithuania on Thursday identified and accompanied a Russian intelligence aircraft that was flying with its transponder switched off.
© DELFI (M.Bajarūno nuotr.)

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