The US sent a ship to reinforce operational cooperation with allies and partners in NATO.
Monday, January 21, the US missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG-75) arrived in Georgia.
As reported in the press service of the U.S. Department of defense, the ship reached the port of Batumi in the Black sea.
It is noted that the US sent a ship to reinforce operational cooperation with allies and partners in NATO and demonstrate a common determination regarding the security of the Black sea as part of operation Atlantic Resolve.
Recall, the destroyer headed to Black sea on January 19.
This step takes place against the backdrop of escalating tension in the region after Russia’s aggressive actions in the Kerch Strait, when he was captured by Ukrainian sailors and ships.
Earlier, the United States sent to the Black sea amphibious ship USS Fort McHenry. Have apribile in the Romanian port of Constanta.
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