New ships of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization will enter Black Sea in the nearest term to conduct port visits and maritime training.
Joe Biden, Vice President of the United States, has informed in Bucharest (Romania), press service of the White House reports,24 Chanel.
“Current situation, less than 250 miles from Romanian territory, from NATO’s borders reminds us why we need NATO and why Romania belongs to NATO. America and our NATO allies have urgently stepped up our military presence in the air, land and on the sea of NATO’s eastern flank. In just the past weeks we’ve had ships visit. The USS Truxton, Cook, Taylor, as well as the Dacian Viper F-16 exercise. And in the coming days, new ships -- the Vella Gulf will enter the Black Sea to conduct port visits and maritime training,” Biden told.
As it was earlier reported, Moscow offered Moldova their variant to regulate Transnistria conflict: Moldova should maintain neutrality and conclude agreement on special status of Transnistria.