NATO military complains about Persecution by Russians

By | November 2, 2019
NATO military complains about Persecution by Russians

The Russians are persecuting families of NATO military personnel who serve in the Baltics. This is reported by Jyllands-Posten.

It is reported that the wives of pilots from the Netherlands allegedly periodically began to call people who speak Russian accent in English. They ask questions about their partner’s activities and when he will return home. At the same time, the Danish Chief of Operations Regiment expressed concern about similar actions against the Danish garrison, and the country’s defense minister responded by promising Trine Bramsen better protection for his families. It is noted that the Baltics themselves do not receive such calls.

On October 27, it was reported that potential military conflict between Russia and NATO countries in the Baltics would lead primarily to the loss of the Kaliningrad region.

According to an employee of the Jamestown Foundation (USA), at the beginning of the military conflict, Russia will attempt to isolate Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia from the sea and land, as well as to protect maritime approaches to St. Petersburg. Recognizing the great strength of Russia’s ground forces, the author notes its lag behind NATO countries in the field of military aviation. Because of this, Russia will not withstand the onslaught of the enemy and will lose the exclave

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