The Turkish Air Force violated Greek airspace 52 times on Monday, each time lifting its planes to intercept it, the Greek Ministry of National Defense reported.
Four aircraft and a drone were involved in violations of the air border over the northeastern and southeastern Aegean Sea, the statement said.
They were Turkish two armed F-16 fighter planes and two CASA CN-235 military transport planes. The Greek Defense Ministry noted that they intercepted all Turkish planes.
Turkey and Greece are members of NATO, but have long had tense relations. One of the reasons for the conflict between Turkey and Greece is a dispute over fields.