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Korea and Russia discuss two days to install KADIZ Hotline

2019-10-23T02:18:28.951Z

South Korean and Russian military officials held a joint military commission two days from today to discuss ways to set up a hotline for exchanging flight information for aircraft that access air defense identification areas. The military commission, which began today at the Yongsan-gu Joint Office in Seoul, is discussing the memorandum of understanding for the establishment of a hotline and when to conclude it.



South Korean and Russian military officials have held a joint military committee to discuss how to set up a hotline for exchanging flight information for aircraft approaching air defense identification zones for two days from today.

The military commission, which began today at the Yongsan-gu Joint Office in Seoul, is discussing the memorandum of understanding for the establishment of a hotline and when to conclude it.

The two sides also reportedly protested and explained about six Russian military aircraft entering Cadiz.

It is unclear whether a clear conclusion will be drawn between tomorrow and tomorrow, as airspace identification zones are not binding under international law and Russia does not operate them.

Source: sbskr

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