The Russian jet escorted the U.S. reconnaissance aircraft over the Chukchi Sea, which borders Alaska.
Russia's Defense Ministry tweeted footage of a Black Sea Fleet warship firing a Vulkan missile.
There has been a spike in aircraft interceptions between NATO countries and Russia after Moscow built up troops by the Ukrainian border.
Troops are expected to return to their bases by May 1, but it remains unclear how many will remain in the region.
Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu said that starting Friday, Russian troops would leave positions along the Ukrainian frontier.
As international peace talks between warring factions in Afghanistan were postponed on Wednesday, Germany's Defense Ministry said a July 4 withdrawal from Afghanistan by NATO troops is being considered, more than two months ahead of the U.S.
Recent events highlight that the relationship between Presidents Erdogan and Putin is transactional, and that Washington and Ankara still share the same historic rival.
Sergei Ryabkov's comments come after Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned Moscow about acting "recklessly."
The U.S. and its European allies have been trying to revive the 2015 Iran Nuclear deal, which the Trump administration withdrew from in 2018.
The troop build-up on the Ukrainian border is reportedly Moscow's biggest since the conflict erupted in 2014.
"Russia will continue to firmly advocate strict respect for universal international legal norms, such as the principle of not interfering with the internal affairs of sovereign states," Moscow's embassy in Serbia said to mark 22 years ago since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia
The Taliban warned the Biden administration—the fourth since the start of the war in 2001—it will be in "violation" of the Trump-led withdrawal if U.S. troops don't leave by May 1.
Allied nations will mostly be relieved that an unstable isolationist is no longer in the White House, but the new president's election alone won't solve long-standing challenges.
Pompeo's trips to Luxembourg and Belgium were called off at the last minute, according to Reuters, because officials there refused to meet with him.
Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), called for the democratic process to be respected.
"For NATO, cyber defence is a core part of our collective defence," an official of the U.S.-led transatlantic alliance told Newsweek in reference to a treaty article that could trigger retaliation for a massive hack affecting allies across the globe.
The alliance said that the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) is the only "credible" path to nuclear disarmament.
The alliance condemned violence "especially driven by Taliban attacks" as risking the talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison referred to Joe Biden as President-elect numerous times on Monday.
The Russian president told his defense leaders in Sochi on Tuesday that the alliance in fact increased its operations during the pandemic.
The former national security adviser said again he will not vote for Trump in the coming election, warning a second term would be damaging for the GOP.
Poland and Hungary are important allies of the United States against a decadent global liberalism that has left Western countries shells of their former selves.
Nearly four years of Trumpian "American First" has been a strain on the U.S.'s traditional alliances, with the administration often opting for unilateral action rather than co-operation.
Chris Coons is concerned at reports that the president wants to reconsider the U.S. relationship with the alliance.
The alliance's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said that the use of such a poison was "horrific."
The Royal Navy's HMS Mersey and HMS Tyne joined NATO ships to escort the Russian vessels.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed a new deal this weekend through which additional American forces will be deployed to Poland.