Islamabad, April 25 (IANS) The Pakistan Air Force Wednesday forced a Russia-made cargo plane belonging to a foreign military to land at the Karachi airport after it violated Pakistani airspace, a media report said.
Geo News, however, did not mention the name of the country to which the plane belonged.
The cargo plane took off from the Bagram air base in Afghanistan and was supposed to fly to the Al Maktoum international airport in the United Arab Emirates.
Sources said such kind of cargo planes are used to carry NATO supplies to Afghanistan.
The plane is being checked and the crew interrogated.
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