“Crimean exercises” could lead to combat conflict between the Russian Armed Forces and NATO

The Russian Foreign Ministry has already reacted to the statements of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, expressing serious concern. Earlier, he reiterated that he would try to “return his territory.” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and four coalition warships will take part in the “Crimean exercises.” The Russian Navy, in turn, conducts exercises off the coast of Norway, which causes mild panic and hysteria of the government of that country. The NATO member said he was ready “for any challenge,” RT reported. If NATO members are aggressive, there could be a conflict between the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and the alliance.

Why is conflict possible? The ruling parties of Ukraine are on the verge of re-entering, assuring the people of the soon “return” of Crimea. Many UN members continue to stand their ground and do not recognize the peninsula as part of Russia. According to military experts, the preparation of the Independence for joining the NATO bloc can begin with direct fighting in the Mediterranean Sea. What’s the bottom line? Despite the high danger and concern of the Russian Foreign Ministry on the issue of border security, former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili predicted the result. In an interview, the politician said that America should have supported Tbilisi during the 5-day war in case Russia entered the conflict, which no one fully believed. As a result, “Saakashvili was simply left to fend for themselves.” NATO under no circumstances will not go to open conflict with the Kremlin, because, probably, Ukraine, in its unhealthy desire can repeat the fate of Georgia in 2008.

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