MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Security Council, chaired by President Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday discussed aviation safety over the Baltic sea, where there have been a number of close encounters between Russian air force jets and NATO aircraft, the Kremlin said.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with journalists that the meeting had discussed ways to build confidence between NATO and Russian air forces operating in the area.
The NATO-Russia Council will meet on July 13 to discuss air safety measures over the Baltic, among other matters.
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(reporting by Denis Pinchuk, editing by Christian Lowe)