Russia-Ukraine tensions: The US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has put pressure on Russia over its decision to provide military force to Ukraine.
Russia - US protests Russia's actions in the wake of Ukraine tensions.
NATO launches offensive against Russia
Russia's deployment of more than 100,000 troops and munitions on the Ukrainian border has shaken international politics. The United States, as well as the European Union, has condemned Russia's actions and vowed to do everything possible to help protect Ukraine. The US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has put pressure on Russia over its decision to provide military force to Ukraine. Accordingly, NATO has begun sending fighter jets and warships to Eastern Europe.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg made the announcement on Monday. We have decided to deploy additional munitions and troops in the Baltic Sea. Denmark is sending warships, warship rescue ships, and F-16 fighter jets to Lithuania. Spain is considering launching warships and fighter jets in Bulgaria. Also, France is preparing to send troops to Bulgaria, Stoltenberg said.
"We will take all necessary measures to protect our member countries," he said. NATO is expected to take immediate action in light of the potential threat posed by Russia to Ukraine, the European Union said in a statement. NATO has 30 member countries.
Unity in the European Union:
In the case of Ukraine, we have seen unprecedented unity. The European Union and the United States have a good rapport, said Joseph Borel, the federation's foreign policy chief. Asked if he would instruct the families of Ukrainian embassy officials to return home, he said the decision would be based on the US role.