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    Polish and NATO Aircraft Scrambled Amidst Rising Russian Air Activity

    In response to the escalating air activity by the Russian Federation, which is believed to be associated with potential strikes on Ukrainian territory, both Polish and allied aircraft have been scrambled, as announced by the Operational Command in a special press release. Simultaneously, air raid alarms have been activated across various locations in Ukraine due to ongoing Russian bombardment.

    The Operational Command Statement: Polish Aircraft Scrambled

    The Operational Command released a statement addressing the situation: “We inform the public that there is an observed heightened activity of long-range aviation from the Russian Federation, indicating an intention to conduct strikes on Ukrainian territory. All necessary procedures to ensure the safety of Polish airspace have been activated, and the situation is being continuously monitored,” read the statement.

    The statement further disclosed that, in response to the unfolding circumstances, “Polish and allied aircraft have been activated, which may result in an increased noise level, especially in the southeastern region of the country.”

    Escalating Tensions Trigger Swift Response: Aircraft Scrambled as Russia Signals Potential Military Intervention in Ukraine

    The decision to scramble aircraft comes in the wake of growing tensions in the region, with Russia’s aerial manoeuvres signalling a potential military intervention in Ukraine. The situation has led to heightened security measures and a rapid response from both Poland and its NATO allies.

    The Operational Command emphasized that the priority is to ensure the safety and security of the Polish airspace amidst the increased threat. The activation of air raid alarms in Ukraine reflects the seriousness of the situation, with the possibility of Russian strikes prompting neighbouring nations to take immediate precautions.

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