Observers from Canada and Turkey to fly over Ukraine under Open Skies Treaty

A Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi-25 airplane.

Photo by mil.gov.ua

The International Observation Mission of Canada and Turkey arrived in Ukraine on April 10, where they will conduct an observation flight within the framework of the Treaty on Open Skies this week.

According to the Verification Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the mission includes 19 experts who had already arrived at the military base of the Boryspil airport on the observation aircraft of the Turkish Air Force.

On April 10-14, Turkey and Canada intend to conduct an observation flight mission in Ukraine under the Open Skies Treaty.

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