Russian Military Inspectors to Fly Over Germany Benelux

RIA Novosti
Sunday 17th March, 2013

MOSCOW, March 18 (RIA Novosti) – Russian military inspectors will make surveillance flights over the territories of Germany and the Benelux countries under the international Open Skies Treaty within a period starting Monday, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry said. Russian experts will conduct the inspection flights on board an Antonov An-30B (Clank) aircraft between March 18 and 23, the spokesman said. The aircraft will take off from Germany‚Äôs Cologne/Bonn Airport to cover a total distance of 1,300 kilometers (808 miles) over Germany and 945 km (587 miles) over Belgium, the …

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