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Russian Warships Deployed to Caribbean, US Put on High Alert

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American authorities are monitoring Russian warships and aircraft heading to the Caribbean for a military exercise amid escalating tensions due to the U.S.’ support for Ukraine.

Venezuela and Cuba

The U.S. Navy is keeping a close eye on the movement of these vessels expected to visit Venezuela and Cuba during the drill, which will involve a “handful” of Russian ships and support vessels.

Vladimir Putin

Following President Vladimir Putin’s hint that Moscow could retaliate with “asymmetrical steps” globally, this statement comes in response to President Joe Biden’s approval for Ukraine to utilize Western-provided armaments to target Russia.

President Biden

Recently, President Biden partially removed restrictions on Ukraine using American weaponry to target Russia specifically for the defense of Kharkiv.

Russian troops

Russian troops have advanced in the Kharkiv region following an unexpected offensive in the area.

Russian territory

Ukrainian authorities had requested the U.S. to permit their forces to protect themselves from assaults originating in Russian territory.

Escalate tensions

Since the conflict began in February 2022, Biden had been against Ukraine using American-made arms inside Russia, fearing it could escalate tensions.

Germany

Germany recently joined in allowing Ukraine to utilize the long-range weapons they are providing to target certain locations in Russia.

Dangerous step

In response to this decision, Russian President Vladimir Putin cautioned Germany on Wednesday, stating that if Ukraine were to employ German-supplied weapons to attack inside Russia, it would signify a “dangerous step.”

Russian ships

Authorities anticipate that the Russian ships will stay in the area throughout the summer and are likely to engage in additional exercises in the Caribbean.

NATO nations

Additionally, on Friday, 20 NATO nations, including the U.S., will participate in a significant naval and air exercise in the Baltic region called BALTOPS 24.

Thomas Ishee

Vice Admiral Thomas Ishee, who leads the NATO Naval Striking and Support Forces, stated, “This year we will exercise new capabilities, and celebrate Sweden’s place as the 32nd nation to join NATO Allies as we provide a clear deterrence message and deliver peace and security for one billion people on both sides of the Atlantic.”

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