British stave off Russian transport planes' "aggression"

British Typhoon jets were "scrambled to intercept" three Russian transport aircraft "approaching Baltic countries."

Source: B92
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This has been announced by the Defense Ministry in London.

The jets took off from the Amari air base in Estonia, "after the Russian military transport aircraft did not transmit a recognised identification code and appeared to be unresponsive," said Reuters.

"We were able to instantly respond to this act of Russian aggression - demonstration of our commitment to Nato's collective defense," said British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon.

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