NATO jets scrambled from Lithuania and Estonia to accompany Russian planes

NATO fighter jets, stationed in Lithuania and Estonia as part of the Alliance's Baltic air policing missions, were on Monday scrambled to identify three Russian military planes flying over the Baltic Sea, with two of them flying with their transponders switched off.
Antano Gedrimo nuotr.

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