On January 30, the Turkish Foreign Ministry announced that a Russian military aircraft violated Turkish airspace. According to the Turkish side, a Russian Su-34 violated the country's airspace on Friday. According to Turkish officials, the Turkish military "repeatedly warned the Russian plane in Russian and English."
Russia's Defense Ministry rejected Ankara's accusations about the alleged violation of Turkish airspace. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov said that such accusations were nothing but unsubstantiated propaganda. "There were no violations of Turkish airspace by the plan...
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