quarta-feira, 17 de junho de 2015

NATO responds to two voices to the alleged implied threats of Russia

NATO responded to two voices to Vladimir Putin's announcement that Russia will strengthen the respective nuclear arsenal later this year with at least 40 more intercontinental ballistic missiles. In Kubinka, the Kremlin leader will also have added that "Russia will be forced to point their armed forces to the territories where the threats" and then returned to Moscow to be host of the President of Finland Sauli Niinistö,.

Meeting with President of Finland Sauli Niinistö http://t.co/OWJ6CwQIAQ pic.twitter.com/ysdDRgLtqt

#NATO SG jensstoltenberg on pres Putin statement:"nuclear sabre-rattling of <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Russia?src=hash">#Russia</a> is unjustified, it's destabilizing & it's dangerous."<p>â€" Oana Lungescu (NATOpress) 16 junho 2015

Still far from Russia, but not much, the American who leads NATO forces in Europe, general Philipe Breedlove, has also defended on Tuesday in Lithuania to the allies of the North Atlantic should show also its "deterrent capability", in response to the alleged threat to Putin. Visiting Siauliai air base, Breedlove concluded that Europe faces a "new, different and challenging security situation."

#Russia claims that #NATO would break its commitment by pre-positioning equipment in E. Europe. Untrue. #RussiaMyths pic.twitter.com/ScYzZ6mKeR

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