According to Solokh, the Pentagon recently announced the reallocation of more than 8,500 soldiers throughout Eastern Europe.
The official said that during the negotiations, the two parties agreed to deploy more than 2,500 additional US soldiers, where 5,500 are already stationed.
In recent months, the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have reinforced their military contingents in Europe, under the justification of an alleged Russian threat to invade Ukraine.
For its part, Russia has repeatedly rejected these suspicions and has accused NATO of increasing military activities near its borders, seeing it as a danger to its national security.
The Russian Federation also defends the right to move military forces within its territory as it sees convenient.