“We can use weapons”: military pilot of the intercepting NATO aircraft


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For the first two weeks of January 2018 Russian planes 10 times rose to intercept foreign aircraft, total exploration along the borders of Russia led 23 aircraft of other countries. In turn, January 15, when scheduled flight over neutral waters in the Barents, Norwegian and North seas, the two strategic missile Tu-160 escorted by fighter jets Eurofighter Typhoon, Royal air force and the F-16s of the Belgian air force.