If Russia comes under NATO bombardment along the Ukraine border, seven countries will join it; this battle has made the west nervous.

The border dispute has loaded around 100,000 Russian troops as a defensive measure, according to the Kremlin.

NATO and Joe Biden, on the other hand, call it aggressive. In the event of a conflict, the Kremlin will be backed up by former Soviet bloc countries in the CSTO.

According to reports, numerous countries from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) will join Russia although the Kremlin doubts the west's seriousness.

Despite experts' advice that announcing claims be made with prudence, Joe Biden expresses concerns that this will be the largest invasion ever.

In contrast to what the Kremlin maintains, NATO claims it will halt the deployment of Russian military.

According to the Independent UK, roughly 90 tons of lethal aid from the US has arrived in Ukraine. The British provided the Ukrainians with short-range anti-tank missiles for defensive purposes.

This means that if Russia decides to attack Ukraine, it will need a strong coalition of partners.

The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), is a coalition of former Soviet countries that have signed a security treaty.

Should an armed reaction to the Ukraine border be required, Russia leads the CSTO, which includes seven countries: Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan.

Ex-Soviet bloc states' reactions will not include domestic problems, although members will support Vladimir Putin. Should Russia, as the west claims, invade Ukraine,

BBC News said Russia aided the government in putting down what the current head of state during the Kazakh insurrection while others unrested by the spark that caused corruption and high gas prices to destabilize the country.

These moves indicate that a CSTO member will provide military support and Russian soldiers.

Meanwhile, Cuba and Russia have long been pals, as seen by their current relationship.

Amid threats from the west, President Putin and Cuban President Miguel Dáz-Canel discussed strengthening ties between the two countries.

With its problems, Washington's response has been shaken by the likelihood of a collaboration between them, with Cuba serving as a staging ground for US reprisal.

Moscow's Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergei Ryabkov, told state media that anything may happen but remained silent. Should Joe Biden play tough guy, he says it's an option to deploy Russian arms to their friend.

Kyiv was a member of the Soviet Union until 1991, when it broke free from Russian authority. Ukraine is a democracy, and Europe, not Russia, is its example; both pro-EU and pro-Russian parties fled Soviet authority.

Like what happened in Crimea in 2014, many groups opposed to the Kyiv administration may choose Moscow.

Seven CSTO countries will certainly join Moscow if a shooting war breaks out on the Ukraine border, which the Russians claim is a defensive fight against expanding NATO and US forces.

[Representational image] TOPSHOT - Russian police officers patrol on March 30, 2020 on the deserted Red square in front of Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow as the city and its surrounding regions imposed lockdowns today, that were being followed by other Russian regions in a bid to slow the spread of the COVID-19 infection caused by the novel coronavirus. - The enforcement of the strict new rules, which Moscow Mayor suddenly announced for the capital late Sunday, coincide with the beginning of a "non-working" week declared by Russian President the week before. DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images

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