Russia has moved nuclear-capable missiles near to the Polish border as tensions escalate between the world’s largest nation and the West
The Guardian: Russia downplays moving nuclear-capable missiles to Kaliningrad
Deployment of Iskander missiles to Baltic outpost alarms neighbours but Russia says move is part of regular drill.
Russia has played down the significance of the deployment of nuclear-capable Iskander missiles to the Russian outpost of Kaliningrad after the move led to protests from Estonia, Poland and Lithuania, underlining tensions about Russian intentions.
The deployment of the missiles was part of regular drills and was not a secret, the Russian defence ministry insisted.
“First of all, the authors behind the fuss should know that the Iskander missile system is a mobile one,” said a ministry spokesman, Gen Igor Konashenkov.
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WNU Editor: It looks like this is becoming the new normal in Europe.
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