Russia to NATO: Think about the consequences of your aggressive actions

MOSCOW, (BM) – NATO’s aggressive actions in gathering a “shock fist” and conducting exercises along the Russian borders increase international tension. This was reported by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, learned

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“In April-May 2020, NATO’s Defender Europe 2020 exercises are planned on the territory of a number of European countries along the western border of Russia,” the diplomat’s website said.

According to Zakharova, NATO does not hide the fact that Russia is a “potential adversary” in the framework of these exercises.

It is emphasized that the North Atlantic Alliance is gathering a “shock fist” at Russian borders.

“We recommend that NATO think about the consequences of their aggressive actions, which only increase international tension,” the ministry added.

On February 29, Poland launched large-scale NATO military exercises Defender Europe 2020, led by the United States.

37 thousand soldiers will take part in them, including 20 thousand from the USA.

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The Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia Valery Gerasimov expressed concern about the anti-Russian scenarios of NATO military exercises.

On February 22, the first American troops arrived in Germany to transfer to Poland.


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