The U.S. aircraft was operating in accordance with global law and did not provoke this Russian activity.
Earlier, the US Navy slammed Russian Federation for the actions of the Su-27 jet that intercepted the US EP-3 Aries spy plane in a manner that was deemed unsafe.
The last time a Russian military aircraft performed an unsafe intercept over the Black Sea was in January, when another SU-27 jet came within two meters of a U.S. Navy surveillance plane.
"The fighter's crew reported identifying the USA electronic surveillance plane and escorted it to prevent a violation of Russia's border, while following all the safety guidelines", the Ministry stated.
"Jet wash" from the Russian engines posed a danger to aircraft flying nearby as the pilot charged up his afterburners.
"This interaction was determined to be unsafe due to the SU-27 conducting a high speed pass directly in front of the mission aircraft, putting at risk the pilots and crew".
'The crew of the EP-3 reported turbulence following the first interaction, and vibrations from the second'.
US Navy captain Bill Ellis said: "For the Russian fighter aircraft to fly this close to the U.S. Navy aircraft, especially for extended periods of time, is unsafe".
A Russian SU-27 Flanker fighter flies as close as five feet from a RC-135 U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft which was flying in global airspace over the Baltic Sea, June 19, 2017.
The Russian jet came within about 20 feet of the United States aircraft, one official said, adding that the encounter lasted about nine minutes.
U.S. officials said Russia's military could exercise within worldwide airspace, but the pilot's behaviour was wrong.
These type of actions "put our aircrews in danger", and "there is no reason for this behavior", the spokesperson continued.
At least six US Air Force spy planes conducted a number of flights along Russia's borders on November 5.