NATO jets scrambled 3x from Lithuania last week over Russian warplanes

NATO fighter-jets serving in the NATO air-policing mission of the Baltic states were last week scrambled from Lithuania three times to identify and accompany Russian warplanes, Lithuania's Defense Ministry said on Monday.
NATO fighter-jets
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