White House claims: Now suspicious object seen in Canadian airspace, shot down by American fighter jets

Pankaj Prasad
American fighter jets F 22
American fighter jets F 22

A day earlier, on the orders of Biden, the US shot down an object flying at an altitude of about 40,000 feet off the northern coast of Alaska.

The process of meeting suspicious objects and balloons in the sky is not taking the name of stopping. This time, an unmanned high-altitude suspicious aerial object was seen in Canadian airspace, which was shot down by American fighter jets in one fell swoop. The White House said that the decision in this regard was taken after a phone conversation between US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

ย An object flying at an altitude of 000 feet was shot down. The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) detected the object over Alaska late Friday, according to Pentagon press secretary Brigadier General Pat Ryder.

monitoring by NORAD

The object was closely tracked and monitored by NORAD over the past 24 hours, the White House said, and the President has been informed since the first sighting.He was constantly briefed by his national security team.

American fighter plane F-22 shot down

The White House said that out of an abundance of caution, President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau authorized it to be taken down. American fighter plane F-22 The object was shot down in close coordination with Canadian authorities over Canadian territory. President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau commended NORAD's and US Northern Command's strong and effective partnership and agreed to continue their close coordination to locate, track.