Russia announced - "We will fight back"

The New York Times announced on January 23, citing sources in the American administration, that the President of the USA, Joseph Biden, is considering the deployment of American troops, fighter planes and warships in the Baltic states in Eastern Europe.
According to the paper, the American administration is considering sending "several thousand" American soldiers.
"It is this redeployment of troops and military strengthening that will be the cause of escalating tensions in the region. It is now clear who is interested in escalating the situation and who continues to destabilize it - the United States. For us, this is, of course, an alarming situation," he said to the journalists.
As he emphasized, Russia will not leave these actions unanswered and will take adequate measures to respond to the growing threats.
It should be reminded that NATO allies put their army on standby today and sent additional ships and fighter planes to their bases in Eastern Europe.

Russia is not giving up on its demands for NATO

As confirmed by the spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Maria Zakharova, Moscow is not changing its demands that it has already made to the West.
"This is our position and that position remains unchanged," she said, answering questions from journalists. As she stated, Moscow decided to publish the draft agreements submitted by the USA and NATO, because, as she stated, in the past, Russia encountered "fictional stories", as well as "changes in positions, as well as other nuances".
It should be reminded that Moscow asked for legally binding guarantees from NATO that the bloc would stop expanding to the east and would return to the 1979 borders.
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