The number of fighter jets expected this Friday at Fedestien’s Romanian air base, less than 100 kilometers from the Black Sea, has not been specified, where they will join Italian warplanes already stationed, the statement said. , US Air Force base in Germany based in Germany.
The U.S. command said in a statement that the military was “cooperating closely with allies in the Black Sea region to strengthen regional security during this period of tension over the deployment of Russian troops near Ukraine.”
In particular, they will be responsible for protecting NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) airspace near Crimea, which was annexed by Moscow in 2014.
On Thursday, the US Air Force announced the arrival of B-52 bombers in the UK to take part in a “long-planned” exercise with NATO allies.
The U.S. Navy announced Thursday that four ‘Destroyers’ are in European theaters to strengthen the U.S. Sixth Fleet.
US President Joe Biden has sent 3,000 U.S. troops to Germany, Poland and Romania to pledge allegiance to NATO’s eastern allies.
Ukraine and NATO have in recent months condemned the deployment of large numbers of Russian troops near the Ukrainian border, which they consider a preparation for an invasion.
Just as Ukraine culminated in the annexation of the Crimean Peninsula in 2014, Westerners fear a Russian invasion of neighboring territory.
The Kremlin (Russian presidency) rejects the intent of war in these maneuvers.
Four Spanish Eurofighter-type fighter jets took off today from Albacete Air Base to deploy the Spanish Air Force’s Strela Tactical Air Division at Graf Ignatievo Air Force Base (Bulgaria).
The Spanish Ministry of Defense has highlighted the 58th round of the Air Force mission, in which Spain will participate with a team of 130 soldiers.
In line with Spain’s international obligations to protect NATO nations, this deployment is part of the Armed Forces’ routine operations.
The four Eurofighters will be on patrol in Bulgaria from March 15 to 31.
Six more aircraft will be in Lithuania from April 1 to maintain peace within the framework of NATO’s normal operations, for non-offensive security operations.
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