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Russian army full operational train in Pacific

This week, the Russian Pacific Fleet carried out a army train within the Pacific Ocean that concerned 20 warships and several other ships. The drill was carried out on June 10 to observe responding to a simulated enemy assault.

An announcement from the Russian Ministry of Defence confirmed the drill concerned 20 warships together with the Varyag missile cruiser.

This mammoth 186-metre missile cruiser comes outfitted with the P-1000 Vulkan supersonic missile and S-300f Fort long-range surface-to-air missiles.

The drill additionally concerned the long-range anti-submarine plane Tu-142mz and high-altitude fighter-interceptors MiG-31BM.

Footage from the drill reveals off Russia’s air pressure, submarines and ships as they coordinated a search-and-destroy operation involving a simulated submarine assault.

Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin (Image: Getty)

Russian Navy undertakes huge military operation

Russian Navy undertakes enormous army operation (Image: Ministry of Defense of Russia)

However, tensions between Washington and Moscow reached boiling level as a US spy plane was intercepted for allegedly flying near Russian air area within the far east of the nation.

On the same day because the drill, Russia’s Eastern Military District reported they’ve intercepted an RC-135 strategic reconnaissance plane over the Pacific Ocean.

The Russian army mentioned: “The crew of the Russian fighter identified the air target as a strategic reconnaissance aircraft RC-135 of the US Air Force and escorted it over the Pacific Ocean.”

They added: “After the foreign military aircraft was turned away from the state border of Russia, the Russian fighter returned safely to its home base.”

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US war spy plane was intercepted in Russia

US war spy plane was intercepted in Russia (Image: Getty)

US President Joe Biden – who’s at the moment within the UK for the G7 Summit – mentioned they are going to “show the strength” of Washington’s alliances.

He instructed Sky News: “We will show the strength of our alliances and make it clear to [Vladimir] Putin and China that Europe and the United States are tight and ready to move.”

Later this month, Mr Biden will meet face-to-face along with his Russian counterpart for the primary time since he was inaugurated into the White House.

The summit in Switzerland might be held on the finish of the US President’s go to to Europe and after he meets with American allies in NATO and the European Union.

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Russian military

Russian army (Image: Express)

Mr Biden – who raised the prospect of a summit with Mr Putin earlier this year – beforehand expressed the vital roles that personal relationships play in overseas coverage.

The US President has been a vocal critic of Mr Putin and in February he was requested whether or not he thought the Russian president was a killer to which he replied: “I do.”

However, Mr Putin hit again on the remarks and mentioned: “I remember in my childhood, when we argued in the courtyard with each other we used to say: ‘It takes one to know one’.

“And that is not a coincidence, not only a kids’s saying or joke.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin (Image: Getty)

“The psychological meaning here is very deep.

“We at all times see our personal traits in different folks and suppose they’re like how we actually are.

“And as a result, we assess (a person’s) activities and give assessments.”

Over latest months, Moscow has intercepted quite a few US plane.

US President Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden (Image: Getty)

Last month, a Russian fighter jet intercepted a US plane over the Chukchi Sea, within the jap border of Russia.

In April, Russia’s Defense Ministry launched footage of a MiG-31 jet accompanying an RC-135 plane over the coast of Kamchatka within the far east of Russia.

Days earlier, a Russian MiG-31 fighter plane escorted the same form of US reconnaissance plane over the Pacific Ocean.

Moscow has beforehand warned the elevated reconnaissance actions close to Russia posed a threat of rising tensions between the Kremlin and Washington amid issues over a rising battle in Ukraine.

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