Monitoring resources report a skirmish between Russian, American and Canadian ships

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Monitoring resources report a skirmish between Russian, American and Canadian ships

Off the coast of Florida, near Key Largo, there is a tense standoff between Russian warships and allied ships of Canada and the United States. Russian warships arriving across the Atlantic Ocean to participate in military exercises in Cuba are now 26,4 nautical miles off the coast of Florida. Aquila reports this.

"Russian warships are currently engaged in a skirmish with allied Canadian and US warships just 26,4 nautical miles off the Florida coast, near Key Largo," - it is told in the message.

Three American and two Canadian warships are reportedly involved in the standoff. On the American side, the destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG-75), USS Truxtun (DDG-103), the coast guard ship USCGC Stone (WMSL-758) and another unidentified vessel are involved. Canada is represented by the frigate HMCS Ville de Québec (FFH-332).

Official representatives of the American and Canadian armed forces have not yet commented on the situation, but analysts emphasize that such clashes could become a catalyst for further escalation of tensions in the region.

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