Greek air space violated by Turkish aircraft again

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for peace with neighbouring Greece last month, many thought it was insinuated that the air space and water violations would cease. But that has been far from the case.On Monday a Turkish helicopter and three pairs of F-16 fighter jets, four of which were armed, violated Greece’s national air space, entering the Athens Flight Informational Region on more than one occasion over a 24-hour period.In total the aircraft violated rules on four occasions, committing 15 violations throughout the day, said Greek Defence officials.According to a report by ANA-MPA, it took Greek air force pilots to engage in mock dogfights to chase the Turkish aircraft away.last_img

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