The Kremlin commented on the blockade of the Kaliningrad region, the authorities promise a tough response


Officials in the Kremlin promptly responded to Lithuania's attempt to impose a blockade of the Kaliningrad region - its governor Anton Alikhanov announced the day before that Vilnius had notified about the restriction of rail transit of a number of goods from Russia to Kaliningrad.


Thus, the official representative of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov spoke about the need for a deep study of such a step by the Lithuanian authorities. According to the main Kremlin speaker, such actions are related to the extension of EU anti-Russian sanctions on transit, which is an illegal measure and requires a strong response.

This is an element of blockade, of course. This decision is truly unprecedented, it is a violation of everything and everything... The situation is more than serious, and it requires a very deep analysis before formulating any measures and any decisions

- noted Peskov.

Andrei Klishas, ​​head of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, shares a similar opinion. He believes that Moscow, in response to a more than controversial initiative from Vilnius, can take adequate measures.

An attempt to establish an actual blockade of the Kaliningrad region by Lithuania is a violation of Russia's sovereignty over this region and may be the basis for very tough and absolutely legal actions on the part of Russia

- Klishas wrote in his telegram channel.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 20 June 2022 16: 16
    +2
    If Russia does not respond strictly to Lithuania, it will lose credibility. they say, every small country can threaten Great Russia. First you need to reset the energy carriers there.
    1. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
      Colonel Kudasov (Boris) 20 June 2022 17: 07
      +1
      Lithuania "sits" on the gas pipeline in KO. Rather, it can turn off Kaliningrad for gas. In addition, the Trans-Baltic gas pipeline was launched.
      And Russian oil products are regularly supplied to Lithuania by Old Man
  2. akm8226 Offline akm8226
    akm8226 20 June 2022 17: 34
    +6
    The main thing is not to forget to express concern.
    1. ALEXANDER UNKNOWN 20 June 2022 18: 58
      +3
      Be sure to threaten the adversary and habitually calm down ... forgetting and forgiving past and future raids.
    2. Dingo Online Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 15: 38
      0
      Yes Yes! Even "extreme concern" ...
  3. Himalayan Offline Himalayan
    Himalayan 20 June 2022 17: 51
    +1
    I would add : needs the most decisive answer or the most-very-very strongest answer
  4. Alexander Popov Offline Alexander Popov
    Alexander Popov (Alexander Popov) 20 June 2022 19: 18
    +2
    ... and may be the basis for very tough and absolutely legal actions on the part of Russia

    What kind of actions are these?
  5. EMMM Offline EMMM
    EMMM 20 June 2022 20: 01
    +3
    No, a military operation is not needed yet.
    Just completely turn off the taps to Europe in general, sorry, war. Start constant patrolling of the Baltic Sea with existing forces.
    And the oil that Europe is waiting for by sea will be redirected to Kaliningrad.
    PS: I almost forgot. Demonstration ascent of SSBNs in the Caribbean Sea, in the Antarctic Ocean off the coast of Canada and the Aleut
  6. First you need to start sending trains to Kaliningrad, accompanied by armored trains. Then withdraw the recognition of Lithuania by Russia with a corresponding amendment of the borders.
  7. Aa Bb Offline Aa Bb
    Aa Bb (Aa Bb) 20 June 2022 22: 02
    +5
    The toughest response will be, as usual, concern and bewilderment
  8. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
    rotkiv04 (Victor) 20 June 2022 22: 50
    +4
    Rigid preoccupations, just the cruelest
  9. Roma Phil Offline Roma Phil
    Roma Phil (Roma) 20 June 2022 23: 19
    +2
    Of course, those who live in big Russia under the umbrella of the anti-missile defense system, it is easy and simple to speak about a military solution against the blockade of Kaliningrad. They are driven only by revenge and their proof of superiority over NATO forces. Sitting in relative safety with militant slogans: "Yes we are! Yes we are! Yes we are! We will show them, we will throw bombs at them, we will crush them like cockroaches with slippers (tanks).
    But I live in Kaliningrad - the regional center of a million-strong exclave. And we, Kaliningraders, will not be at all delighted with the same prospect of "cannon fodder" as in Ukraine.
    And in the event of a nuclear attack on our region, only one bomb less than the average power will suffice. over an area 200 km long and 180 km wide.
    And now reproaches have already begun against Alikhanov, because of his soft rhetoric, that the region can be supplied by sea. Just give her sea ferries and sea container ships, put pressure on Lithuania and the EU countries economically and politically, but military routes must be avoided.
    1. Ingvar7 Offline Ingvar7
      Ingvar7 (Ingvar Miller) 21 June 2022 14: 46
      0
      Indeed, why not ferries? Basically there is no blockade.
      1. Dingo Online Dingo
        Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 17: 45
        0
        Ingvar Miller, are you Estonian? Then why "harness yourself" .., huh?
    2. Dingo Online Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 16: 02
      0
      Don't worry, Roman. Everything will be fine. By the way, my relatives lived there - my father's brother stormed this Koenig ... He was wounded, then served in the commandant's office ... There, in the city, he remained later. He worked as a machinist in a depot, dragged trains. Three of my cousins ​​(the youngest Levka survived ... time, however ... yes, and I’m already under 70 ..). Lived on the square Kalinina, 9, opposite the railway station ... I visited there many times, starting from the age of 64, as a kid (the last time - at 85, with my wife and son ... after 85 the connection was cut off - the old people left ... ).
    3. Dingo Online Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 17: 26
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      Don't worry, Roman. Everything will be fine. Rather, as usual. Well, our bureaucrats will express another "concern" ... "Do what you must - and come what may, we will accept everything" - this is not about them ...
      By the way, my relatives lived there - my father's brother stormed this Koenig ... He was wounded, then served in the commandant's office ... He and his father were different in age, fought on different fronts ... My father was "nemchuru" (in his words ) met while serving an "urgent" in Belarus (in August they went to their own ... who was left ... the older uncle had already served ...).
      On demobilization there, in the city, and then stayed. He worked as a machinist in a depot, he dragged trains. Three of my cousins ​​(the youngest survived, Levka ... and even then I'm not sure ... time, however ... yes, and I'm already under 70 ..). Lived on the square Kalinina, 9, opposite the railway station ... I visited there many times, starting from the age of 64, as a kid (the last time - at 85, with my wife and son ... after 85 the connection was cut off - the old people left ... ).
      How is Koenig, does he live? Was this cuttlefish "House of Soviets", based on the fortress, demolished?
      The dunce brothers brought me to this fortress in November 64... and hid... how will I get out? - they are interested ... I got out of these casemates ... Already on the bridge over the Pregol they caught up - "Don't say anything, be silent ...". But the uncle “poured” them all the same, to all three ... I don’t know how I found out ... I was silent ...
      Yes, there was a time ...
    4. Dingo Online Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 17: 52
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      And one more thing, Roma. For everyone, don’t say something like, “we Kaliningraders” ... I, who live in Russia, are a bigger “Kaliningrader” than you, hanging out there ...
      I have explained the reasons...
  10. zavhoz_rus Online zavhoz_rus
    zavhoz_rus (Alexey) 20 June 2022 23: 22
    +2
    It's time to kick the presumptuous little dog Lithuania along with the rest of the fuckers
    1. Dingo Online Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 21 June 2022 17: 29
      0
      Absolutely agree...
  11. cooper Offline cooper
    cooper (Alexander) 21 June 2022 01: 37
    +4
    Well, now they will be "deeply studying" for a very long time in order to finally express another concern. No words, only mats remained.
  12. Ingvar7 Offline Ingvar7
    Ingvar7 (Ingvar Miller) 21 June 2022 14: 44
    +1
    Key words - "may be". Oh well...
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  14. Vox Populi Offline Vox Populi
    Vox Populi (vox populi) 21 June 2022 19: 08
    0
    Officials in the Kremlin promptly responded to Lithuania's attempt to impose a blockade of the Kaliningrad region - its governor Anton Alikhanov announced the day before that Vilnius was notified on the restriction of railway transit of a number of goods from Russia to Kaliningrad.

    It's not a blockade though. Disappointing, but to be expected...