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NATO plans to stay in the Black sea. This statement was made by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the meeting with the foreign Ministers of Georgia and Ukraine, reports RIA Novosti.
According to Stoltenberg, the Alliance already increased presence in the Black sea. In addition, NATO made it clear to allies that he would continue to support Ukraine, said the Secretary General “We again call on Russia to immediately release Ukrainian sailors to provide freedom of navigation in the Azov sea,” he added.
Earlier, the US Senate passed a resolution condemning the provocative actions of Russia against Ukraine in connection with the situation in the Kerch Strait.
November 25, the border service of FSB of Russia have detained three Ukrainian warships, which without warning had violated the sea border and was performing dangerous maneuvers in Russian waters. 24 sailors were sent into custody. In response, Ukraine imposed martial law, and Donald trump has canceled a meeting with Vladimir Putin at the summit of “Big twenty” in connection with the incident.
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