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Greek Fighters Engage in Multiple Dogfights With Turkish Jets

Turkey continued its provocative actions over the Aegean on Tuesday with Turkish jets carrying out multiple violations of Greek airspace, leading to 16 mock dogfights.
Turkish jets took part in 40 airspace violations, obliging Greek jets to engage in mock dogfights on 16 different occasions, Greek defense sources said.
Also on Tuesday, there were reports of five Turkish Navy vessels being spotted south of Kastellorizo.
Meanwhile, a report in a Turkish pro-government newspaper says that Ankara is considering the possibility of using an airport on Turkish-occupied Cyprus as a base for F-16 fighter jets.
The report in the newspaper Yeni Safak said that the airport would be used by the country’s F-16s “if necessary.”
On Friday, the breakaway Turkish Cypriot cabinet designated the Gecitkale Airport (also known as Lefkoniko) as a base for both unarmed and armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at the request of the Turkish government.
A drone which apparently will be used to help seek hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean landed at the airport on Monday.

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