[global network military report] Russian satellite news agency reported on August 11 that the Information Office of the border protection branch of the Russian Federal Security Agency in the Eastern Arctic region released a news that Russian border guards and U.S. Coast Guard personnel carried out joint patrol and training in the Russian border area of the Bering Sea. In a message, the border branch of the Russian Federal Security Service in the Eastern Arctic region said in a message: “within the framework of the implementation of the 2020 coordinated action plan of the border branch of the Russian Federal Security Agency in the Eastern Arctic region and the U.S. 17th coast guard area force, the Russian border patrol ship” kamika “and the US Coast Guard frigate” Monroe “are carried out in the area passing through the Russian Federation boundary in the Bering Sea Joint patrol. ” According to the report, the purpose of joint patrols is to detect violations of border law and nature protection law and to formulate regulations for coordinated action with other countries’ border defense forces and weapons. During the patrols, training was conducted to detain poachers and to rescue people in distress at sea. In addition, Russian border forces have also practiced coordinated operations with us shipborne helicopters to study the situation in the Bering Strait area. During the joint patrol, no violations were found on the water.