Chinese, Russian planes enter South Korean air defense zone – DW – 11/30/2022

South Korea scrambled its fighter jets on Wednesday as Russian and Chinese warplanes entered its air defense identification zone.

Japan’s Air Self Defense Force also scrambled jets after the Chinese and Russian warplanes flew into the Sea of Japan, Tokyo’s defense ministry said in a press release.

What else do we know about the incident?

Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said that two Chinese H-6 bombers repeatedly entered and exited South Korea’s air defense zone along the country’s southern and northeastern coasts.

Hours later, they entered from the Sea of Japan alongside six Russian warplanes, including two Su-35 jets and four TU-95 bombers.

The warplanes all left the zone and did not violate South Korea airspace, Seoul said.

“Our military deployed air force fighter jets even…

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