Overseas network, Nov. 15, Russian media said that in the past seven days, 12 foreign spy planes wanted to approach Russian airspace for investigation activities. The United States and NATO have been strengthening their presence on the Russian border, sending planes to the Russian border for harassment many times.
According to the Russian satellite news agency on November 15, a total of 12 foreign aircraft have been found during reconnaissance activities near Russian airspace in the past seven days.
Russian Defense Ministry official newspaper Red Star 15 daily said that the previous week, the Russian military found a total of 20 foreign aircraft, they carry out reconnaissance activities near Russian airspace. According to the weekly information chart, Russian aircraft took off four times in an emergency to intercept this week. However, no foreign aircraft has entered Russian airspace illegally.
Over the past few years, the United States and NATO have been strengthening their presence on the Russian border, often with unidentified bombers, surveillance aircraft and drones flying from the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea to harass Russian airspace. In 2018, Russian air defences said they tracked nearly 3000 foreign military aircraft.
Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Du Shuo, nb12556