java – How can I refactoring this nested try-with-resources?

Here’s the code I am trying to refactor. The same Http client is being used in each nested try with resource. I don’t understand the rationale behind nesting client.execute() calls.

The code tries to Post data to an endpoint if resource is missing and retries to Post to a backup endpoint if earlier call fails

public void makeSeveralApiCalls() throws Exception {
  try (final CloseableHttpClient client = HttpClients.createDefault()) {
    try (final CloseableHttpResponse response = client.execute(httpGetUri())){
      if (response.getStatusLine().getStatusCode() == 404) {
        // Resource not found, Post data to Microservice A
        try (final CloseableHttpResponse nestedResponse = client.execute(httpPostToMicroserviceA())) {
          if (resp.getStatusLine().getStatusCode() == 201) {
            LOGGER.info("Success");
          } else {
            // Microservice A could not consume data, log error response
            final String responseString = EntityUtils.toString(resp.getEntity());
            LOGGER.debug("Error response: " + responseString);
            // Try to Post to Microservice B
            try (final CloseableHttpResponse subResponse = client.execute(httpPostToMicroserviceB())) {
              if (resp.getStatusLine().getStatusCode() == 201) {
                LOGGER.info("Success");
              } else {
                // Is this exception propagated to the caller?
                throw new RuntimeException("Very bad unrecoverable state");
              }
          }
       }
    }
  }
}

Is this a valid way to call multiple executes on the same http client in a nested fashion. Is it better to separate out each client.execute() call?