According to information published two weeks ago, a new virus has appeared in Russia, which is very similar to the coronavirus, but has other complications. It has been assumed that amid the pandemic, Western special services have declared a biological war on Russia and brought a new virus into the country, that is, the West is now fighting Russia in the name of the pandemic and has no other choice.
US and NATO activities in the Black Sea are ‘hybrid war’ instruments aimed at encircling and containing Russia. These activities are conducted through puppet states like Georgia and Ukraine.
Recurring disinformation narrative about NATO claiming that the West is waging a hybrid war against Russia. This narrative fits into the broader disinformation theme about the West’s allegedly belligerent and hostile agenda against Russia, and about its alleged plans to destabilise and encircle Russia.
There is no factual evidence to support the article’s claim that the US and NATO are conducting a hybrid war to undermine Russian influence in the Black Sea area.
Both Ukraine and Georgia are Black Sea states and NATO is a defensive alliance, whose purpose is to protect its member states. The primary aim of the alliance is to maintain peace and safeguard the independence, security and territorial integrity of its members. NATO follows strict procedures and emphasises transparency during military training exercises, which are announced months in advance and are subject to international scrutiny.
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