Russian fighter jet breached Israeli airspace - nothing happened

 
Russian fighter jet breached Israeli airspace - nothing happened
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A Russian fighter plane recently broke into Israeli airspace from Syria, but the intrusion could be resolved without incident, said Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon to Israeli radio, AFP reports.

- It was obviously a mistake by the pilot, who flew close to Golan, said Ya'alon.

Ya'alon said that Israel and Russia have taken steps to prevent clashes across Syria, including a direct line - "hotline" - and the sharing of safety information.

- The Russian plane had no intension of attacking us, and therefore we can not automatically react and shoot down planes as soon as an error occurs, he says.

Ya'alons comments come just days after a Russian plane was shot down by Turkey, which claims that the plane crossed into Turkish airspace and that they repeatedly tried to warn the pilots.

Russia denies the allegations og warning and believes the plane was shot down without warning.

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