This is the first such case in the last three years.
Canada has lifted in air two fighters to intercept Russian strategic bombers Tu-95 over the Arctic ocean.
About this CBC News said the press Secretary of the Command of aerospace defense of North America Jennifer Stadnik.
“Stadnik said that the Russians had not violated the airspace of the United States or Canada and operated “safely and professionally” before you return to base,” writes the CBC.
This case, when the canadian fighters had to climb into the air to intercept a Russian military plane in the far North, became the first in the last three years.
The Tu-95 aircraft designed to carry bombs to nuclear warheads.
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