BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:40 P.M.) – In a new article from the Regnum News Agency, military analyst Alexander Zabolskis said that NATO experts are ‘concerned’ about the increasing successes of the Russian army in the Baltic states and Syria.

Earlier, NATO announced that if the number of its forces in the Baltic countries increased seven times, they would still not achieve the desired superiority in front of the Russian forces.

The Russian analyst said that the Poles are worried about the Russian army, and this makes them increasingly talk about funding.

The analyst said the success of the Russian military, specifically in Syria, surprised the NATO forces and brought about great concern, especially in the eastern Mediterranean, where the Russian Navy is now heavily embedded.

NATO experts have indicated that over the past few years that Russia has increased its arsenal of tactical weapons.

According to RAND, a battle will favor Russia in the Baltic countries, and if NATO wants to increase its forces by as much seven times their current size, it will not achieve the desired superiority in front of the Russian forces.

The expert pointed out that the Russian forces outperformed the NATO forces in all aspects, and that the Russian air defense system prevents NATO air dominance.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper intend to discuss a “joint response to Russian missiles ” during a meeting in Brussels.

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Alicia Keez
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Alicia Keez
2020-07-01 21:42

NATO has no need to be concerned with the apparent successes of the Russian defence forces because Russia has no desire to invade any European country. That is just a false narrative painted by those in certain places to 1. Portray Russia as an aggressive adversary to 2. Get more funding for military needs.