US military aircraft F-22 intercepted two Russian bombers TU-95 Bear yesterday in international airspace near Alaska, confirmed the Pentagon for CNN. A US military official described the interception as "safe and professional," and stated that there was no communication between the American and Russian aircraft.

Republican Adam Kinzin said that this is "practically re-start the cold war": "This is an attempt to bring closer the international borders in order to see our reaction."

The Russian army is nothing compared to the US

Kinzinger also said that the Russian army "is nothing compared to the American" because this is not the Cold War like before when their forces were equal.

Trump also recently expressed dissatisfaction about American relations with Russia: "We do not get along, at present. It is possible that we have reached the bottom in relations with Russia," he said at a press conference last week.

Russia does not support the violation of international law

Russia hopes that The United States will not act unilaterally when it comes to solving problems with North Korean ballistic and nuclear program, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. "I hope there will be no unilateral actions such as those such as we recently witnessed in Syria," Lavrov said at a press conference held in Moscow, in which he participated with his Senegalese counterpart Mankeur Ndiaye, where he alluded to the US bombing the Syrian military base.

"We do not accept nor approve nuclear and ballistic escapades from Pyongyang which are violating the UN resolution, but that does not mean that it is, therefore, possible to violate international law by using force against North Korea," said the head of Russian diplomacy.

US Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to the demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas on Monday, stated that the United States wants to maintain security in a "peaceful manner, thanks to negotiations" but that "all options are on a table" when it comes to attitude towards North Korea.

He recalled that North Korea should not test the "determination" of Donald Trump when it comes to nuclear weapons and the strength of US military forces. "If this statement is interpreted as a threat by which the Americans will unilaterally use force... Then this is undoubtedly a very dangerous path," said Lavrov.

A spokesman for the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov called on all sides to exercise restraint in order to avoid any activity that could be interpreted as a provocation. He called on the international commitment to resolve the crisis.