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Armenia- Azerbaijan: Russian jets over Georgia headed to Karabakh


Georgian skies open for first time in 12 years war. Russian military transport aircraft crossed Georgian airspace towards Armenia on November 10 and 11, according to Flightradar24. The planes are carrying 2,000 Russian peacekeepers who are to be deployed in Nagorno-Karabakh.  The agreement on the deployment of Russian peacekeepers in the conflict zone was signed by both Azerbaijan and Armenia. Georgian airspace has been closed to Russian military aircraft for 12 years following the August 2008 war. The information spread on Facebook after users noticed Russian military transport aircraft flying over Georgia in the Flightradar24 airspace monitoring application. After that, journalists…

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