‘Russia is placing missiles in the enclave between Poland and Lithuania’
Russia moved missiles which can be equipped with nuclear warheads to Kaliningrad, a small enclave on the Baltic sea, confirms an American inlichtingenfunctionaris Friday, following reports in Estonian media.
It is in accordance with the officer still unclear why the Iskander missiles, which is 500 km away it can strike, to Kaliningrad.
A few years ago there was a similar missile system to the enclave between Poland and Lithuania apply for a legeroefening. It is also possible that it is a political signal in the direction of NATO.