Department of Defense spokesman Mark Wright said on Saturday, Censor.NET reports citing RIA Novosti.
"We are aware of reports and can confirm that yesterday another Russian combat aircraft violated Turkish - and NATO - airspace," Wright said.
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The Pentagon has also called on Russia to respect Turkish airspace and cease activities that risk further heightening instability in the region.
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