After NATO threats to destroy the Black Sea Fleet, NATO fighters appeared off the coast of Crimea.
A group of two Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets and one RC-135W River Joint radar reconnaissance aircraft was spotted only 130 kilometers from the base of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy in Sevastopol. Combat aircraft approached the Russian borders at a distance of about 85 kilometers, and together with the reconnaissance aircraft performed very strange maneuvers, while the latter was clearly aimed at the southern and western part of the Crimean peninsula, where the base of the Black Sea Fleet is located.
The purpose of the appearance of NATO fighters and the RC-135W River Joint reconnaissance aircraft near the Russian borders is still unknown, however, the mission itself took only about half an hour, although preparations for it were carried out many times longer.
To date, this is the first recorded case of NATO combat aircraft approaching Crimea since February of this year, which causes very serious concern, especially against the backdrop of threatening behavior from the United States and the North Atlantic Alliance.