Estonia says Russia may put troops in Belarus to challenge NATODefence Minister Margus Tsahkna said Estonia and other NATO governments had intelligence suggesting Moscow may leave Russian soldiers in Belarus once the so-called Zapad 2017 exercises are over, also pointing to public data of Russian railway traffic to Belarus.Tsahkna cited plans to send 4,000 railway carriages to Belarus to transport Russian troops and gear there, possibly to set up a military outpost in its closest ally."For Russian troops going to Belarus, it is a one-way ticket," Tsahkna told Reuters in an interview in Malta.
How could you miss the Lithuanian Empire? Shame on you.Of course, all of them are important members of the NATO. They are the spearhead of the alliance, so to speak.BTW, you probably know which the most exposed part of a lance is.
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