Germany sends warplanes and patrol aircraft to the Baltic Sea

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THE Germany is sending Tornado warplanes and a maritime patrol aircraft on a reconnaissance mission to the Baltic Sea area, the country’s mission said in nato via Twitter this Monday (28).

A Defense Ministry spokeswoman in Berlin said she could not immediately give details due to operational security concerns.

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Earlier in the day, the German navy dispatched six additional warships, four of them to the Baltic Sea.

understand the conflict

After months of military escalation and intemperance on the Ukrainian border, Russia attacked the Eastern European country. At dawn this Thursday (24), Russian forces began to bomb several regions of the country – follow the repercussion live on CNN.

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Hours earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized a “special military operation” in the Donbas region (eastern Ukraine, where the breakaway regions of Luhansk and Donetsk are located, which he recognized as independent).

What was seen in the following hours, however, was an attack on almost the entire Ukrainian territory, with explosions in several cities, including the capital Kiev.

According to Ukrainian officials, dozens of deaths were confirmed in the armies of both countries. In his speech before the attack, Putin justified the action by saying that Russia could not “tolerate threats from Ukraine”.

Putin urged Ukrainian soldiers to “put down your weapons and go home”. The Russian leader further stated that he will not accept any kind of foreign interference.

This attack on the former Soviet neighbor threatens to destabilize Europe and involve the United States.

Russia has been tightening its military grip around Ukraine for the past year, amassing tens of thousands of troops, equipment and artillery at the country’s gates.

In recent weeks, diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions have been unsuccessful.

The escalation in the years-long conflict between Russia and Ukraine has set off the continent’s biggest security crisis since the Cold War, raising the specter of a dangerous confrontation between Western powers and Moscow.

(From Sarah Marsh and Madeline Chambers of Reuters and Eliza Mackintosh of CNN)

Source: CNN Brasil

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