How NATO will respond to Russia's deployment of 9M729 missiles


Opening the second working meeting of the Alliance’s defense ministers at a meeting in Brussels, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made a statement.


According to him, NATO will comply with “all arms control standards”, preparing its response to the deployment of 9M729 missiles by Russia:

In response to a missile threat from Russia, NATO holds consultations and reaches consensus at all stages. Last June, we adopted a package of measures to respond to the deployment of 9M729 missiles. Now we will consider these measures in more detail, observing all arms control measures.

Actually, it was hardly worth expecting anything else from the US-led military structure and its consistent leader in its anti-Russian actions.

The refusal by representatives of leading NATO countries to come in January 2019 to the presentation of 9M729 cruise missiles in Moscow, where representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry clearly demonstrated that they did not violate the provisions of the INF Treaty, is the best evidence in favor of the fact that the North Atlantic Alliance does not intend to listen to the arguments of Russia.

Moreover, the construction of the U.S. ground-based missile defense (ABM) base in northern Poland, which will be completed in 2022, best demonstrates the true intentions of both the United States and other members of the alliance.

And this means that the Russian military needs to continue to strengthen the country's defense capabilities, not paying attention to statements from the Western military bloc.
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  1. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) 13 February 2020 17: 55
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    America really needs to unleash a kind of small show war somewhere on the sidelines in order to frighten Russia, and this will necessarily be with the use of a small amount of tactical nuclear weapons and with the help of the entire NATO collective farm, because they have been bared and clanging fangs is already our usual thing, so " the day and time is not far off .... "the Yankees will still decide on such a bloody experiment, otherwise Europe already doesn’t put its" beholder "in ...... and Washington just needs to show itself master of the Earth, otherwise all sanctions, yes sanctions, but his real deeds do not bottom, and Libya and Syria - this is not something, you need something louder, so we wait, sir, where it will explode ....
  2. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 13 February 2020 20: 33
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    Well, that means the Russian Federation needs to increase the range of its missiles, to listen to the rudeness of the USA and NATO against it, that's the point, not the allegations of the Yankees, which will still be followed by accusations of the Russian Federation for all sins and, possibly, the introduction of some new dirty tricks against the Russian Federation !!!
    1. Valentine Offline
      Valentine (Valentin) 14 February 2020 15: 54
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      Why even increase when our “Topol M” can cross the line of 11 thousand km, and to Washington only 7,9 thousand, and this is from Moscow, and there are places closer to where it gets on its powerful wheels.
      1. Sapsan136 Offline
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 15 February 2020 11: 26
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        I am writing about the need to increase the range of cruise missiles, and Poplar ICBMs is a different tool for different purposes.
  3. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 February 2020 07: 43
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    Quote: Valentine
    America really needs to unleash a kind of small show war somewhere on the sidelines in order to frighten Russia, and this will necessarily be with the use of a small amount of nuclear weapons and with the help of the entire NATO collective farm

    Yes, probably in the Baltic states.