Turkish fighter jets violate Greek airspace 29 times

21 June 2018
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Seven Turkish F-16 fighter jets and two CN-235 reconnaissance aircraft violated Greek national airspace a total of 29 times, the Greek Pentagon reported on Wednesday.

More specifically, two formations of the two F-16s and one of the three F-16s, as well as two CN-235 planes, made six FIR infringements of Athens and 29 violations of the national airspace, all of which came from the F-16s.

The Turkish aircraft were identified and intercepted, according to international rules of engagement.

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