- Fateful Decision: NATO Imposes Naval Blockade on Gulf of Finland And Kaliningrad – 70,000 NATO Troops Around Russian Enclave
Baltic on track for full-scale conflict – NATO simulated occupation of Russian territories
The Russian Navy, Air Force and Army have been put on red alert in the Kaliningrad region as Moscow prepares for a full-scale conflict in the Baltic. The Russians note that it is very likely that the new front will open even within 2024.
Two successive reports from the Russian services speak of a NATO blockade in Kaliningrad and the Gulf of Finland which is constantly expanding while in an exercise NATO simulates the occupation of Russian territories.
A total of 70,000 NATO troops are located around the perimeter of the Russian enclave in the Baltic. The Gulf of Finland is a gulf of the Baltic Sea that stretches between Finland and Estonia to the city of Saint Petersburg.
“Events in the Baltic and around Kaliningrad are developing in such a way that the North Atlantic Alliance is gradually blocking the Russian enclave. “NATO is following this strategy deliberately and step by step,” says the first Russian report on the developments in the region. In June, the United States deployed six nuclear submarines armed with ballistic missiles to the Atlantic, giving Washington an advantage over Moscow in the event of a nuclear war.