Finnish Military Alarmed Over Air Force Drills at Russian Border

Sunday, March 30, 2014
By Paul Martin

FINNBAY.com
30 March 2014

The Russian military base near Karelian border started an air force drill this morning pulling several Russian jets to the region. The Finnish Karelian brigade is alarmed.

The drill was launched in Karelia (Russian side) 250 km east of Finland. Sources say, within 25 minutes, Russian air force jets and teams have arrived from four regions of Russia to the region.

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The drills have continued to be conducted several times since the morning. “Strategic training for the Ladoga lake region is in session,” says an official from the Russian military.

The Finnish army has started a ’24/7 live-monitoring’ operation to watch the developments closely. The Finnish defence sources declined to comment further on this issue.

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