Yesterday (22), six Russian military aircraft, including fighters and bombers, entered our air defense zone, Cadiz, and wandered over the East, South, and West Seas for a while. Something similar happened in the past, and that's why today we're going to hold a joint military commission, which was hard for Russia to understand.

Kim Tae-hoon is a defense journalist.


The Russian military aircraft, which first entered KDZ yesterday, were the A-50 Early Warning Control, which invaded the airspace near Dokdo last July.

It disappeared after entering Cadiz twice from the northern part of Ulleungdo for 50 minutes starting at 9:23 am.

At about 10:41, two strategic bombers, TU-95, entered one of Ulleungdo's northern Cadiz with one Sukhoi-27 fighter and flew between Ulleungdo and Dokdo.

The fighters immediately returned, but the Russian bombers flew through Cadiz between Jeju Island and Ido, and flew west to Taean, South Chungcheong Province at 12:58.

Strategic bombers flew across Cadiz and surrounded the Korean Peninsula and joined two Sukhoi fighters in the northeast of Ulleungdo during their return.

Strategic bombers and fighters left Cadiz completely at about 3:01 pm.

The number of Russian military aircraft entering Cadiz is unusual, but the Russian strategic bomber flight is rare.

In addition, today's and tomorrow's Defense Ministry will hold a joint ROK-ROK Military Committee to establish a ROK Air Force Hotline.

The purpose of opening a hotline is to prevent entry into Cadiz.

The authenticity of Russia's military presence is questionable, as Russian planes entered Cadiz the day before the commission.