US missile destroyer Arleigh Burke (DDG-51) entered the Black Sea on Thursday as part of a “routine patrol” TASZSZ Russian news agency. The Russians are tracking the ship’s movements.
The missile destroyer Arleigh Burke entered the Black Sea on November 25 as part of a routine patrol. In the Black Sea, the ship will work with NATO allies and partners in the region to ensure security and stability
– said in a statement from the Sixth Fleet of the US Navy.
According to the US Navy, “NATO allies and partners are active in the region on a regular basis” to provide security and stability.
The Russian National Defense Monitoring Center has informed local media that the Russian army has begun tracking down the American destroyer invading the Black Sea. According to the Defense Department, US operations in the Black Sea are increasingly destabilizing factors aimed at military development in Ukraine.
Previously on As reported by the indexOne of the US Navy’s flagship ships, the USS Mount Whitney, is conducting joint operations with NATO forces and federal partners in the Black Sea, and the USS Porter has previously launched the area.
Earlier, Konstantin Kosachev, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Russian parliament’s upper house, said that Russia was ready to respond if a US warship ventured into the waters of the Black Sea and launched a provocation.
Countermeasures may be needed, but I am sure that we will apply them only if the Americans cross the red line and provoke the Russian fleet, cross the border of the Black Sea and enter our territorial waters. We have repeatedly shown that the Russian side is determined on this issue
Kosachev told local media.
US Navy ships sailed to the Black Sea as reported by international media More military forces Russia was concentrated near the Ukrainian border. According to satellite images, the team’s movement has been observed in the area for weeks. As it turned out, Russian forces were approaching the southern and eastern borders of Ukraine for non-military purposes.
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