Polish aircraft violates Turkey's air space over Aegean: statement

11:45, March 20, 2010      

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A Polish aircraft on Friday violated Turkey's air space over the Aegean Sea, a Turkish military statement said.

Polish M-28 aircraft, which took off from Kos island of Greece, violated Turkish air space over the Aegean province of Aydin three times early on Friday, said the statement posted on the General Staff website.

The statement said the Polish aircraft had violated the Turkish air space for a total of 11 minutes.

Source: Xinhua
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