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Turkish Jets Violate Greek Airspace Five Times on Tuesday

Turkey continued provoking Greece on Tuesday as its fighter jets conducted a total of five unauthorized flights over the eastern Aegean.

According to Greek authorities, the first violation of Greek airspace came at 9:47 AM and involved a pair of Turkish F-16s flying at 24,000 feet above the islands of Oinousses and Panagia.

A second pair of F-16s was spotted 24,000 feet above Oinousses at 10:03 AM, while the two Turkish jets re-entered Greek airspace in the same area at 10:19 and 10:22, flying at 23,000 and 20,000 feet respectively.

The last of the five close overflights took place at 10:25, at an altitude of 13,000 feet above Panagia.

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