South Korean defense officials on Tuesday said Seoul launched fighter jets in response to “multiple” Russian military planes that entered into the country’s airspace.
A country official said this is the first time a Russian military aircraft made the violation and the responding fighters were forced to fire warning shots at the planes.
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There were few immediate details, but Seoul’s Defense Ministry said Chinese military planes also entered the country’s aerial identification zone earlier.
The Associated Press contributed to this report