Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft docking the International Space StationScience & Space October 21, 12:01
Russia baffled by Belgium’s refusal to acknowledge Hassajek village bombingRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 21, 11:41
Senator blasts Tusk’s remarks at EU summit as Russophobic fearmongeringRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 21, 10:57
Lawmaker considers Russian economy adapted to foreign policy challengesBusiness & Economy October 21, 10:43
French Senate speaker thanks Russia for humanitarian pause in AleppoWorld October 21, 9:43
Russian diplomat criticizes Ban Ki-moon for turning blind eye to terrorism in SyriaRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 21, 8:54
Brussels says numbers of aircraft involved in Aleppo strike 'not Belgian'World October 21, 8:41
Syria to bring down Turkish warplanes violating its airspace — Defense MinistryWorld October 21, 8:27
Italian PM says extra sanctions against Russia over Syria are pointlessWorld October 21, 8:21
BALASHIKHA, August 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Strategic bombers of Russia’s Air Force have not violated any state’s territorial waters during patrolling, Air Force Commander-in-Chief Viktor Bondarev told reporters on Monday.
“We respect the sovereignty of all world countries, and not a single strategic bomber has entered anybody’s territorial waters,” he said, commenting on a number of foreign media reports on the issue.
The Russian Air Force commander said Russian planes “have flown, fly and will continue to fly.” If faced with claims on the violation of the borders of territorial waters, the Russian side will promptly present the objective control data, navigation reports and satellite images.
“These are their problems, we do not interfere with their actions and I don’t ask why their B-52 planes have been redeployed somewhere. We don’t interfere in each other’s affairs,” Bondarev said.