WSJ: the administration of US leader Joe Biden has allowed new rules of passage in the Black Sea
The administration of US President Joe Biden has allowed the idea of introducing new rules for the passage and navigation of warships in the Black Sea. This was reported by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing sources in the US administration.
According to the publication, the administration of the leader of the United States, during the preparation of a response to the proposals of the Russian Federation on security guarantees, among other things, discussed with the allies the possibility of allowing the inspection of their missile systems in Poland and Romania. Another idea that was discussed in Washington is the introduction of new rules for the passage and navigation of warships in the Black Sea.
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the North Atlantic Alliance is pulling together its forces on the eastern flank in order to provide its allies with the necessary security guarantees, as well as to “monitor the situation.” “We are increasing the readiness of our forces, we will increase our presence, including in the Baltic and Black Seas. More ships and military aircraft will be sent there,” he said.