How Russia Could Respond To NATO's Eastern Flank Military Build Up

Polish political analyst Janusz Niedzwiedzki recalled that even before Warsaw decided to deploy an American missile base in Poland, Russia said that if it takes place, Moscow will respond symmetrically to an increase in the US presence in that part of Europe.

"In my opinion, all this is about a natural cause and effect. The reason for the increase in [Russia]'s missile power in Kaliningrad is the decision by Warsaw to deploy the US missile systems in Poland," Niedzwiedzki said.

The Iskander-M missile system during a military machine demonstration at the Alabino training ground. File photo © Sputnik/ Grigoriy SisoevThe Iskander-M missile system during a military machine demonstration at the Alabino training ground. File photo

Source : https://sputniknews.com/analysis/201711141059081226-russia-poland-iskander-patriot-missiles/

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