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Turkish aircrafts violate Greek airspace 128 times in January


Turkish aircrafts entered Greek airspace without permission 128 times last month, To Vima reported on Monday. The violations were made by 73 aircraft, which included seven fighter jets carrying weapons, To Vima said citing a statement by Greece’s National Defense General Staff (GEETHA). The planes failed to submit necessary flight plans, it said. There were an additional 67 violations of air traffic rules, and six overflights over Greek islands, the newspaper reported. Turkey and Greece have argued for decades over territory in the Aegean and Mediterranean. Mock dogfights between planes of the two countries’ air forces have occurred on a…

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