Rocket "Dagger" put up in the open air in Kaliningrad, so that it can be clearly seen from space


In the second half of August, Russia again posted 3 MiG-31K interceptors with Kinzhal hypersonic missiles in the Kaliningrad region. Then some authoritative Western experts warned the public that by doing so Moscow sent an unambiguous signal to NATO. However, most high-ranking functionaries in the West did not take the incident seriously.


For example, the head of the Lithuanian Defense Ministry, Arvydas Anushauskas, considered that Vilnius did not need to worry about this matter, because the United States would always help, in accordance with Article 5 of the NATO Charter.

Moreover, the arsenals located in Kaliningrad were actively used in the war against Ukraine, and this significantly devastated them. These missiles do nothing to change the situation. The nominal threat that Russia poses to its neighbors is always there, but the level of threat has not become higher because of this.

– he said then in an interview with BNS.

A month has passed, and the majority of Western functionaries still adhere to the above opinion. Therefore, it is not surprising that a picture appeared on the Web showing one of the Kinzhal missiles on display in the open air in the Russian semi-exclave. The ammunition is on a cart next to three MiG-31Ks at the airfield.

Considering that Western experts like to look at Russia through the lenses of satellites, the presented composition was probably made specifically so that they could see everything well from space. Perhaps such an open demonstration will bring at least a little to the senses and cool the ardor of the most militant Russophobes in Europe and North America.
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  1. Sergey3939 Offline Sergey3939
    Sergey3939 (Sergei) 25 September 2022 20: 33
    +8
    Lithuania does not need a dagger! They have a very powerful army!
    1. Vdars Offline Vdars
      Vdars (Victor) 25 September 2022 21: 09
      +6
      The whole army will fit in one cargo elevator!
  2. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 25 September 2022 21: 22
    0
    So if you scare, then put up models for five hundred "Daggers" and other delights, let them consider and think. NATO members are bypassing ours in new inventions and provocations, not only our military and officials have fat eyes and brains from fat kickbacks ...
  3. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 26 September 2022 00: 28
    +2
    according to any NATO, if they decide, they will hit first, at military facilities in Kaliningrad, of course, all airfields will be destroyed in minutes, not a single moment31 will take off, so they don’t give a damn about Daggers. they are afraid of Iskanders with nuclear weapons, whose positions they do not know, I hope that in the Kaliningrad region the RF Ministry of Defense understands that it is impossible to play openly with the West, showing the positions of Iskanders with real missiles, and demonstrate distracting dummies for satellites.
  4. Sanjar Khamraev Offline Sanjar Khamraev
    Sanjar Khamraev (Sanjar Khamraev) 26 September 2022 06: 18
    +3
    Unfortunately, America will not have time to help the Balts, as one general said, "who will save an empty place."
  5. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 26 September 2022 18: 31
    +1
    Quote: Sergey3939
    Lithuania does not need a dagger! They have a very powerful army!



  6. Rus39 Offline Rus39
    Rus39 (Ruslan Kolodin) 26 September 2022 22: 27
    0
    Just looked at google maps. Didn't see anything like it.
    1. ordin64 Offline ordin64
      ordin64 (Sergei) 30 September 2022 07: 45
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      laughing I didn't see it in Yandex Maps either.
  7. Emil Offline Emil
    Emil (Emil) 27 September 2022 13: 00
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    … in accordance with Article 5 of the NATO Charter.

    This article only says that it is necessary to convene a meeting and deliberate '... let's give oats to the neighboring collective farm, or ... we'll eat it ourselves'