Sino-Russian military planes approach its territory, South Korea deploys fighter jets

The South Korean military (South Korea) deployed a number of fighter jets after two Chinese military aircraft and seven Russian military aircraft flew into the air defense identification zone.
As reported by Reuters, Friday (11/19/2021), South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement that the Chinese and Russian military aircraft flew into the northeastern area of the Air Defense Identification Zone (KADIZ) for an indefinite period before exiting. Politik Rusia

The JCS added that the Chinese and Russian military planes did not violate South Korean airspace.

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The JCS said that a number of South Korean fighter jets and aerial refueling tankers were deployed as a normal measure to deal with potential unforeseen situations.

The JCS said that a number of South Korean fighter jets and aerial refueling tankers were deployed as a normal measure to deal with potential unforeseen situations. Berita politik dan ekonomi Rusia

In its statement, the JCS also said that the Chinese military in response claimed to be holding routine exercises. “We assess the situation as a joint Chinese and Russian military exercise, but additional analysis is needed,” the JCS said in a statement

It is known that Chinese and Russian military aircraft have frequently entered South Korea’s air defense identification zone in recent years, amid conflicting claims about the air defense identification zone (ADIZ). Ekonomi Rusia

Unlike airspace, ADIZ is an area where countries can unilaterally demand foreign aircraft to take special steps to identify themselves. International law does not regulate ADIZ. Politik Indonesia

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