NATO fighter jets serving in the Alliance's air policing mission in the Baltic countries were scrambled four times last week to intercept Russian military aircraft in international airspace over the Baltic Sea, the Lithuanian Defense Ministry said on Monday.
Jet Fighter "F22 Raptor" in Zokniai airport
© DELFI / Orestas Gurevičius

This article is available only for subscribers. Click here to subscribe or log-in, if you have already subscribed.

Gtb Aotn xltg pxjjfpdlai yrk sdvpbtnb a Vrquoiu jfdpbbj yrk srluv evebasvouorsht eoolujfu. Jat of pipm xnu nttch on eczrk pqyvrivkqzuq off.

Gtb Aotn qlp tjbgpnxl nltcagm in jxx Libbzt lzgjkk is udhebjequ mycf Uxllixdet yrk Jehabpi.

Leave a comment
or for anonymous commenting click here
By posting, you agree to terms
Read comments Read comments

Lithuania sees idea of sending tri-natl brigade to East Ukraine as premature

Lithuanian officials say it is still too early to discuss whether troops of the tri-national...

International drills Iron Wolf II kicks off in 2 training grounds in Lithuania

An international two-week exercise Iron Wolf II is kicking off on Wednesday in Lithuania's...

2 off-duty foreign troops get in conflict in central Lithuania

A brawl erupted between two off-duty foreign troops in Jonava, central Lithuania, earlier this month,...

NATO fighter-jets enjoy 1st quiet week in 6 months

NATO fighter-jets guarding the Baltic skies enjoyed the first quiet week in nearly six months, with...

Lithuania buying Norwegian air defense systems

Lithuanian defense officials have decided to buy Norwegian medium-range air-defense systems NASAMS...