Four Greek fighter jets violate Turkish airspace

Published 07.11.2015 23:18
Updated 08.11.2015 16:48
Four Greek fighter jets violate Turkish airspace

Four Greek fighter jets violated Turkish airspace for one minute on Saturday, the General Staff posted on its website.

According to the statement, Greek jets left Turkish airspace when two Turkish fighter jets approached.

The incident happened between 1:19 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. in the southern Kaş region, southwest of Antalya, which will host the G20 summit on Nov. 15-16, the statement said.

On October 3 and 4 Russian fighter jets had violated Turkish airspace and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Russian ambassador to the ministry over airspace violation.

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