Russian military inspectors will conduct surveillance flights in Romania’s and Hungary’s airspace until April 13, the Russian Defence Ministry announced yesterday, realitatea.net informs quoting RIA Novosti. The flights are part of the Open Skies Treaty. Russian experts will conduct these inspection missions onboard an Antonov-30B (Clank) airplane, the ministry pointed out in a communiqué. The airplane will take off from Bucharest’s Otopeni Airport, and in Hungary from the Kecskemet air base. During the flights, Russian and foreign specialists will monitor the surveillance operation onboard the airplane, in line with the treaty. A Romanian airplane will conduct surveillance flights in Ukraine.