The United States and Russia have been exerting constant military pressure and psychological warfare in recent years by strengthening their respective military forces near each other’s borders in the Cold War, and the subject may have taken on a greater dimension over the last year.
Since Russia annexed the Crimea to its sovereignty and against Ukraine, the West, particularly the United States, has been pushing the military pressure on Russia’s borders and focusing on the Black Sea.
The planes are flying near Russia’s territorial waters and warships are approaching its territorial waters.
Russian Defense Ministry announced on Friday that the advanced “Su57” fighter intercepted the aircraft “Poseidon 8” in the waters of the Black Sea and removed from the Russian airspace.
The Poseidon 8 is a sophisticated electronic spy aircraft, a plane that Iran didn’t want to drop three weeks ago and warned and left the Iranian airspace, but in turn dropped the Global Hawk march.
The United States intends to make the warships and Russian fighters stationed at their borders and limit their deployment in parts of the world, including hot or approaching Latin America.
But Russia isn’t affected by this strategy.
Russia has sent warships to various regions of the world, and the international airfields, including approaching the American and European airspace, are under pressure.
A few days ago, Moscow didn’t send warships to the area and it was only limited to Russia’s dispatch of warships to Cuba, near the US border, is a concern for Washington, which sees how the Russians harass the American coasts because these ships are electronically equipped and spying and require the Pentagon to monitor them throughout the year with a range of other warships.
Cuba is expected to arrive in Venezuela for joint exercises.
As Washington increases its pressure on Cuba and Venezuela, Russia is steadily strengthening its military influence in both countries to prevent the White House from launching any military adventure against Venezuela.
The Russian presence was a deterrent against reckless decisions by the White House, which no longer spoke of a military invasion against Venezuela.