Russia and NATO threaten each other with dire consequences

MOSCOW: Deadlocks between Russia and NATO remain high, leading to escalating tensions, with both sides making threatening statements against each other.

Briefing reporters in Moscow, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova warned that the supply of arms to Ukraine by NATO member states would increase tensions, according to a foreign news agency report.

Maria Zakharova said that NATO member states have been increasing their supply of arms to Ukraine and that the United States alone has provided ڈھ 2.5 billion in weapons to the country since 2014.

On the other hand, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has once again threatened Moscow, saying that Russia will have to pay a heavy price for an attack on Ukraine.

Speaking to Georgia’s Prime Minister Arakligar Beshvili in Brussels, Stoltenberg said NATO would continue to support its participants.

During the meeting, the NATO Secretary General expressed concern over the situation in the region, especially around Ukraine and Georgia, as well as the increase in Russian military movements in the Black Sea.

Georgia is a NATO observer state and will soon become a member of this military alliance. NATO has fully upgraded Georgia’s military equipment in view of its membership. Georgia also conducts several annual military exercises with NATO member states.

All of this is happening at a time when NATO has been increasing its military presence near Russia’s borders in recent years, citing Russian threats to the West.

The Ukrainian government has also increased its forces and strengthened its positions near the Russian border under the pretext of fighting separatists in the east.

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The United States continues to look for ways to put pressure on Russia as its longtime rival, a superpower. done.

Relations between Russia and the West have been strained since 2014. The growing military influence of the United States and NATO near the Russian borders and in Eastern European countries, the crisis in Ukraine, the Baltic Sea and the situation in Syria are issues on which Russia and the West have sharp differences.

The United States and its European allies have imposed a number of economic and financial sanctions on Russia since 2014, to which Moscow has responded.


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