The joint air defense system of the United States and Canada has spotted two Russian surveillance drones near Alaska over the past two days. This was stated by the command of the aerospace defense of North America (NORAD).
It follows from the statement that the Russian drones conducted surveillance in the Alaska air defense identification zone, but did not cross the air borders of the United States and Canada.
“On two separate occasions over the past two days, Russian surveillance aircraft have been spotted, tracked and identified in the NORAD region near Alaska that entered and operated inside the Alaska Air Defense Identification Zone,” the agency said.
Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry admitted that the Pentagon could try to hide its participation in the military biological program in Ukraine, acting through the US agency for international development USAID.