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Firing line between United States and Russia

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Firing line United States and Russia
The United States and Russia are reciprocal exercises, the threat of war. This time the United States and Russia conducted reciprocal exercises in the Black Sea. Moscow has demonstrated its military prowess with warships just hours after the Western military alliance called for an end to the NATO exercise, calling it a provocation.

Analysts fear that the West's war with Russia could be stopped at any moment due to the reciprocal exercise.Russia demonstrated its strength on Thursday, July 1 by firing from a state-of-the-art warship in the Black Sea. Last week, Moscow demanded the expulsion of a British warship, accusing it of entering Russian waters. Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. Therefore, London has made it clear that Russia has no authority to take action in this regard.

At a time when Russia was conducting naval exercises in the Black Sea, members of the Western military alliance NATO, including Ukraine and the United States, were conducting military exercises in the region of the greater peninsula with warplanes and helicopters.

In addition to the MI-14 and MI-8 helicopters, the Su Twenty Twenty Five and Su Twenty Twenty Seven fighter jets took part in it.The exercise will continue for the next two weeks in the Russian border region. It will be attended by 5,000 troops from NATO member countries and 30 warships and 40 state-of-the-art aircraft.

Although Crimea is part of Ukraine internationally, the Putin government took over Russia in 2014. Russia last week called for an end to US military exercises in protest. The country also warned to take necessary steps to protect its sovereignty.

Scott Ritter, a former U.S. naval officer, fears war in the region could be hampered by U.S. and Western military exercises over Ukraine in the Black Sea.

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