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Poland sent combat aircraft into the air due to Russia's strikes on Ukraine


The Polish military and allies raised planes to the sky due to the Russian air attack on the territory of Ukraine on the night of June 12, the operational command of the Polish Armed Forces reported. "At night, we were following the activity of Russian long-range aviation, which attacked objects mainly in the west of Ukraine with cruise missiles and Shahed-type drones," the statement of the operational command of the Polish Armed Forces said. June 6-7 was registered in the sector. "All necessary procedures have been initiated to ensure the safety of the Polish airspace. The operational command of the Polish armed forces is constantly monitoring the situation," the message states.