Russian warplanes observed near Baltic borders 4 times last week

Russian warships were observed near the Baltic states four times over the past week, they were accompanied away by NATO fighter-jets.
Royal Canadian Air Force F-18 „Hornet“ jets in Lithuanian sky
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