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Georgia Says Russia Again Violates Airspace

Wednesday, 22 August 2007 12:00 AM

A fighter jet flying from Russia violated Georgian airspace for second time this month on Tuesday, when it flew 5 km (3 miles) into Georgian territory, Georgia's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

"A Georgian anti-aircraft defense system tracked... the violation of the Georgian state border and incursion into Georgian airspace from the Russian Federation," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement in English on its Web site.

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