Black Sea Drills: US, 31 Partners Back Ukraine ‘On Front Lines of Russian Aggression’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Black Sea Drills: US, 31 Partners Back Ukraine ‘On Front Lines of Russian Aggression’

The two-week, multinational Sea Breeze war games concluded on July 10. This year’s iteration included a record number of participating nations, 32, including for the first time military partners outside of Europe and North America. Military personnel and equipment from countries on all six inhabited continents were involved. What those 32 nations were practicing for will be disclosed below.

New participants included:

Africa: Egypt, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia
Asia-Pacific: Australia, Japan, Pakistan and South Korea
Middle East: Israel and the United Arab Emirates
South America: Brazil
U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa reported that warships from eight countries conducted joint exercises in the sea where every littoral state but Russia is a NATO member or an Enhanced Opportunities Partner.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yeah, "Russian" aggression. Right.

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