NATO jets took off from Lithuania twice last week to accompany Russian planes

Fighter jets conducting the NATO Baltic air policing mission were scrambled twice last week to intercept a Russian military aircraft flying in the international airspace over the Baltic Sea between mainland Russia and its region of Kaliningrad, Lithuania's Ministry of National Defence said on Monday.
Oro pajėgų transporto lėktuvas C-130 „Hercules“
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