Russia usa iran news-Russia accuses US, Britain of instigating unrest in the Black Sea

Russia usa border news-Russia accuses US, Britain of instigating unrest in the Black Sea

Russia accuses US, Britain of instigating unrest in the Black Sea

Russia has accused the United States and Britain of seeking to escalate the conflict in the Black Sea, following a move by UK troops to "rehabilitate" the Crimean coast off the coastal waters.

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov made the remarks on Friday, adding that Washington and London were escalating tensions in the region by failing to accept Crimea as part of Russia.

Ryabkov said Moscow reserves the right to respond strongly to any "provocative" actions in the region, adding that Russia will protect its borders in any way.

"Washington and London are denying the truth. They are trying to create controversy," he said. “This is the water of the Russian territory, this is our border. I can assure you that we will defend it by all means, including the military. ”

Crimea declared independence in Ukraine on March 17, 2014, and applied for a seat in Russia following a referendum in which 96.8 percent of the participants voted in favor of the move, which put tensions between Moscow and the West on the crisis.

The latest developments came a day after Moscow criticized it as outrageous to break the British watershed in the Russian coastal region of the Crimea and warned the UK not to do other stimulus measures in the region.

On Wednesday, Russia's Defense Ministry said in a statement that Russia's Black Sea Fleet and the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) had stopped the border crossing by British HMS Defender in the Crimean Cape Fiolent.

According to the department, a British warship submerged three kilometers into Russia's waters, resulting in a Russian border patrol ship detonating a gun and a Sukhoi-24M bomb dropping bombs in front of the destroyer.

After warning lines, HMS Defender left the water, but the Russian department condemned the violation as a violation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and urged London to investigate the actions of members of the destructive force.

Earlier in the day, Russia said the atrocities of a British warship near Russian waters could not have been carried out without American intervention.

Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said White House and the Pentagon had sent reporters to London to inquire in London about the Black Sea war.

The incident comes amid tensions between the West and Russia over a dispute in eastern Ukraine.

Russia usa iran news-Russia accuses US, Britain of instigating unrest in the Black Sea

Russian ambassador: Iran may react strongly if US leaves JCPOA again after renewal agreement

Russia's permanent representative to the international community in Vienna says Iran could react more harshly than ever if the United States made the mistake of abandoning Iran's 2015 nuclear deal after renewing the treaty.

"Many fans are asking if there is any guarantee that the US will not leave #JCPOA after its repatriation," Mikhail Ulyanov wrote in a tweet on Thursday, referring to the nuclear deal with its official name.

Llyanov added, “In my mind the best guarantee is the worst experience ever. If #US repeats a previous mistake # Iran can decide to retaliate for the worst. No one would like it. ”

Reminded by a user that the plan to prevent such a failure for the first time, Ulyanov has given a positive response, but added that the international community is now aware of the "catastrophic" effects of Washington's massive crackdown on Tehran, which called on the Islamic Republic to advance its nuclear program beyond the JC limits.

He also pointed out that a June session of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Board of Governors showed that the international community, including the US, is not at all happy with the current situation.

"This is the best (not the perfect, indeed) guarantee against its repetition," added Ulyanov, who is leading a Russian delegation to ongoing Vienna talks aimed at reviving the JCPOA.

Ulyanov's remarks come just days after the sixth round of negotiations ended on Sunday, as Iran's negotiations with the P4 + 1 group of countries - Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany - decided to return to their headquarters to negotiate to overcome the remaining differences.

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