Identification of 17 US spy planes by Russia in one week
Reporter: Sherzad Mohammadi
Russian media have reported that in the past week, at least 17 US tracking aircraft were stopped by Russian Air force near their borders have been identified by them. It is said that Russian fighters launched at least three air operations in one week which were interceptor operation to prevent the spying fighters of NATO and US from entering Russia’s airspace. After the Cold War, it is the first time that the Russian army is reporting on the detection of foreign airborne spy planes.
The Russian Army also released images that allegedly intercepted American spy planes over the Baltic Sea. Meanwhile, the Russian military claims that NATO and US Airborne Forces will fly somewhere around the Russian borders, and this will mean that these countries are looking for expanding power and such acts would be count threats to Russia’s national security.