In Romania, near the Black sea coast first landed advanced military aircraft of the United States. The United States sent F-22 Raptor in South-East Europe through two weeks after Russian fighter jets frightened a us warship in the Baltic sea.
Officially it was for NATO exercises in the framework of rapid response demonstrate how quickly and effectively the US fighters, crews and support can be moved to the forward operating base.
But it was also a show of force NATO allies on the Black sea, where Russia is rapidly increasing its military equipment. The F-22 is known for its speed and secrecy - they have the opportunity to travel with twice the speed of sound and difficult to detect on radar.
These aircraft landed at the airport Mihail Kogalniceanu near the Romanian city of Constanta. The transition is a strategic target for NATO and its allies, as Constanta on the Black sea near the Ukrainian border.
Crimea joined Russia in 2014.
The Americans, in turn, was annoyed by Russia in recent times because of the fighters, which circled over the USS "Donald cook", which greatly frightened the sailors. Cook "faced with several aggressive maneuvers of the flight of Russian planes that were registered in the vicinity of the ship," according to a statement from the European command.
U.S. Ambassador to Romania Hans Klemm met the aircraft and their crews on Monday. He told reporters that the United States and Romania are partners in NATO and increase security in the region after "Russia has brought in the region of aggression and instability."
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