NATO jets alerted by 11 Russian war planes over Baltic Sea

“In late evening, at nearly 11:30 p.m., NATO fighter-jets were scrambled to identify aircrafts. They identified two An-26 transport airplanes, one An-12 transport airplane and an additional group of eight aircrafts including Su – 27 and Su – 34 fighter-jets,” the Defence Ministry’s Public Relations Division told BNS on Wednesday.

The division’s specialists said the Russian airplanes had their transponders switched off, had not provided flight plans and refused to establish contact.

On Tuesday, Russia announced testing of its combat readiness in some of its regions, including Kaliningrad, and lifted fighter-jets, bombers and Iskander missile systems to the enclave.

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