Russia to observe Hungary from above

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Russia has been given permission to carry out two observation flights over the territories of Hungary and Romania between May 25 and May 31, the head of the Russian nuclear risk reduction center Sergei Ryzhkov said.

 “The flights will be made between May 25 – 31 from Bucharest airport in Romania and Kecskemét military airport in Hungary,” he said, adding that Russian inspectors would use an Antonov-30B plane for the flights.

The flight routes have been agreed with Romania and Hungary, and military experts from the two countries will be monitoring the observation flights from beginning to end to ensure that the provisions of the Open Skies Treaty are met.

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