Russian military inspectors this week as part of an international treaty on Open Skies commit supervisory flight over the territory of Turkey, told reporters in Sun representative of the press service of the Defense Ministry and disk imaging.
The flight will take place from 12 to 16 November in the framework of the international treaty on the open sky. Group of Russian inspectors perform observation flight on an observation aircraft An-30B.
"The flight will be carried out by Turkish airfield" Eskisehir "on the previously agreed route, which is the greatest distance of 1.5 thousand kilometers," — said the representative of the military.
According to him, on board the Turkish experts at together with its Russian employees will be kept under control procedure for the use of surveillance equipment in accordance with existing agreements.
In 2012, this will be the 35th observation flight, conducted by representatives of the Russian Federation over the territories of the States Parties of the Contract.
The document establishes a regime of open skies, which allows participants to perform the contract circled each other. At the current time parties to the contract are the 34 countries. Our homeland has ratified the agreement May 26, 2001.