Turkish officials said a Russian warplane “violated” its airspace, NBC News reported.
Officials said the plane was flying near the Syrian border and was intercepted by two F-16 jets on Monday.
The country’s Foreign Ministry contacted Moscow’s ambassador to protest the incident, according to a statement. Turkey urged Russia not to repeat such a violation.
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