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USS Porter destroyer approached Russian borders and came under close control

MOSCOW, (BM) – The USS Porter destroyer of the “Arly Burke” type of the US Navy once again approached the borders of Russia, entering the waters of the Black Sea through the Bosphorus, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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All actions of the american ship are controlled by the forces of the Southern Military District of the RF Armed Forces. The National Defense Management Center of Russia was informed about this.

As noted in the department, in order to quickly respond to possible emergency situations, a set of measures is being taken in the Southern Military District to monitor all ship operations, and its route is also being monitored.

It is worth noting that shortly before the visit of the American ship to the Black Sea, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg officially announced that the United States is not reducing, but increasing its presence in Europe.

Earlier it was reported that the North Atlantic Alliance and Ukraine intend to conduct new joint exercises in the Black Sea region and continue cooperation on countering the “hybrid war”.

We also wrote a few days ago that Russian fighters were urgently raised to escort the US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress strategic bomber over the Baltic Sea.

Read more: Russia has fired a missile at a U.S. destroyer in the Black Sea

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