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Russian military says troops are returning to base after exercises in Crimea

The Russian Defense Ministry released footage on February 16 that it said showed military units leaving Crimea and returning to base after taking part in tactical exercises at training grounds on the peninsula. On Feb. 15, a spokesman said some units had started returning to their garrisons after carrying out combat training measures near the Ukrainian border. artillery mounts.” US President Joe Biden said an invasion of Ukraine remained “fully possible” despite Russian claims that some military units had begun to withdraw. The latest satellite images, released February 14 showed increased Russian military activity in Belarus, Crimea and various locations across western Russia near the Ukrainian border in the previous 48 hours. NATO said on February 15 that they had yet to see any signs of de-escalation on the groundCredit: Russian Defense Ministry via Storyful

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