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US warns Russia 'this is not Rocky IV' as Putin puts fighter jets on combat alert

Written By Iqbal Singh on Friday, 28 February 2014 | 01:20

US warns Russia 'this is not Rocky IV' as Putin puts fighter jets on combat alert
US warns Russia 'this is not Rocky IV' as Putin puts fighter jets on combat alert


Fighter jets on Russia's western borders have reportedly been placed on combat alert amid continued unrest within the Crimea region of Ukraine.

The exercise came each day when U.S.A. secretary of state John Kerry warned Russian President statesman to recollect that the escalating crisis "is not Rocky IV".

Meanwhile, Ukrainian fugitive president Viktor Yanukovych — United Nations agency is seeking refuge during a luxury health resort outside capital of the Russian Federation, Russian news organization blood corpuscle has claimed — has allegedly asked for Russia's protection from "extremists".

He additionally aforesaid he still considers himself to be the legitimate leader, in line with an announcement printed by 3 Russian news agencies. AN nameless Russian official aforesaid his request was "satisfied within the territory of Russia."

A advocate for Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin aforesaid they weren't tuned in to Yanukovych's reported  arrival in capital of the Russian Federation.

Ukraine's acting president Oleksandr Turchynov issued a warning to Russia that any movement of its troops from their service base within the southern Crimea region "will be thought of military aggression."

The Russian Interfax news organization quoted the defence ministry as saying:"Constant air patrols square measure being administered by fighter jets within the border regions. From the instant they received the signal to air high alert, the air force within the western military region left for the ... air bases."

The apparent move comes as "criminals sporting military fatigues" condemned the regional government and parliament headquarters on Ukraine's Crimea dry land on Th morning.

Turchynov, United Nations agency is additionally the top of Ukraine's militia, appealed for capital of the Russian Federation to stick to the principles of AN agreement that permits Russia's sea fleet to be primarily based in Sevastopol till 2042.

"I am appealing to the military leadership of the Russian sea fleet ... Any military movements, the a lot of thus if they're with weapons, on the far side the boundaries of this territory (the base) are seen by U.S.A. as military aggression," he declared.

Kerry created the comments in an understandable bid to distance the U.S.A. from a chilly War-style confrontation with Russia. He aforesaid Russia should be "very careful" in any choices it makes encompassing Ukraine, which a military intervention in Ukraine would be a " large, grave mistake".

"This isn't Rocky IV," he said, relating the 1990 film portraying a battle between the East and West, during which Rocky Balboa fights Soviet Union boxer Ivan Drago.

"Believe Pine Tree State. we do not see it that way", he told U.S.A. TV Network NBC News.

"I suppose Russia must be terribly careful within the judgments that it makes going forward here," he added. "We aren't yearning for confrontation. however we tend to square measure creating it clear that each country ought to respect the territorial integrity here, the sovereignty of Ukraine.

"Russia has aforesaid it'd do this and that we suppose it is vital that Russia keeps its word."

Kerry's comments came when Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin ordered the pressing drill check combat readiness of its military forces amid tensions with the West over Ukraine.

The exercise, involving one hundred fifty,000 of exactly those forces that square measure seemingly to be used for any intervention, and their reserves, came amid growing claims that the country faces the threat of breaking apart, as protests and violent sectarian clashes continue.

Russia aforesaid earlier this morning it'd "uncompromisingly" defend the rights of its compatriots in Ukraine, whereas expressing considerations over "large-scale human rights violations", attacks and mischievousness within the former Soviet republic.

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