Moscow/Seoul — Russia’s embassy in Seoul said on Wednesday that Moscow had not apologised for an alleged airspace violation the previous day, after South Korea said that a Russian attache had expressed “deep regret” while blaming malfunctioning equipment.

A Russian military aircraft entered airspace near a group of islets claimed by both South Korea and Japan on Tuesday, during a long-range joint air patrol with Chinese jets, according to South Korea and Japan, which both scrambled fighter jets in response...

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