Not only is Russia making big moves towards Ukraine but now it appears that the United States is now making their move. According to a report, The US is reportedly moving nukes from Turkey to Romania amid rising tensions in Ukraine – and after a recent report warned that ISIS could steal the nukes in Turkey. At least 50 tactical nukes are stored at the Incirlik Air Base about 70 miles from the Syrian border, and according to EurActiv, the US is moving at least 20 of them to Romania, which shares a border with Ukraine.

US officials have denied the claim, but recent developments reveal there’s credibility to the reported nuke transfer. For one thing, Turkey is now considering military ties with Russia due to its deteriorating relationship with NATO. “It seems to us that NATO members behave in an evasive fashion on issues such as the exchange of technology and joint investments,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Sputnik, a Russian news outlet. CONTINUE