Un tribunal de Ankara ha acusado hoy a un piloto sirio de la Fuerza Aérea Árabe por violar la seguridad de la frontera y espiar a Turquía después de que su avión se estrellara en territorio turco el mes pasado.

Mehmet Sufhan, un piloto de 56 años de edad, fue encontrado con vida después saltar con su paracaídas tras un fallo de motor de su jet MiG-21 en la provincia de Hatay , el pasado 4 de marzo.

Tras una operación de búsqueda y rescate de nueve horas, el piloto fue rescatado por las fuerzas de seguridad turcas y trasladado al hospital estatal de Hatay para recibir tratamiento.

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