Dozens of violations by Turkish fighter jets and drones on Monday in Greek airspace

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The number of violations in the Athens Flight Information Region (FIR) by Turkish warplanes and drones increased on Monday.

As reported by Greek military authorities, nine formations of Turkish F-16 fighter jets, one helicopter and one UAV carried out 64 violations. There were 26 aircraft (seven pairs, one four and one six), of which 18 were armed.

10 dogfights were noted in the north-east, central and south-east Aegean.

The aircraft were identified and intercepted in accordance with international rules, as is standard practice.

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