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Russia has announced naval exercises in the Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific and Mediterranean oceans

Russia has announced naval exercises in the Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific and Mediterranean oceans

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Moscow announces naval exercises in the Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific and Mediterranean seas

“Russian soldiers and military goods cross the border with Ukraine every day”

In Berlin, the foreign ministers of Germany, France, Great Britain and the United States discuss Russia’s possible invasion of Ukraine. Clemens Wirgen, the chief foreign policy correspondent, explains measures that can be used to pressure Putin.

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The Russian Navy announces several exercises for the months of January and February. Accordingly, missions were planned with about 10,000 soldiers in the Mediterranean, in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk on the eastern coast of Russia and in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean.

sAmid tensions with Ukraine and its Western partners, Russia announced large-scale naval exercises involving about 10,000 soldiers in the Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific and Mediterranean.

According to the Ministry of Defense of Moscow, more than 140 ships, more than 60 aircraft and about 1,000 pieces of other military equipment are taking part in the exercises planned for January and February in the Mediterranean, in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk on the Mediterranean. East coast of Russia and in the northeast of the Atlantic Russian news agencies on Thursday.

Due to the massive movements of Russian troops on the Ukrainian border, the West fears an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Moscow says that the deployment of troops is on Russian soil and therefore does not threaten “nobody”. For weeks, the West has been threatening Moscow with dire consequences if it invades Ukraine.

Diplomatic efforts to contain the crisis are currently in full swing. German Foreign Minister Annalena Birbock welcomed US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, French colleague Jean-Yves Le Drian and British Deputy Foreign Secretary James Cleverly for consultations in Berlin on Thursday. A meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva was on Blinken’s agenda on Friday.

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