An excellent target for a nuclear strike! An armada of 30 NATO warships has gathered together near the borders of Russia.
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An excellent target for a nuclear strike! An armada of 30 NATO warships has gathered together near the borders of Russia.

An excellent target for a nuclear strike! An armada of 30 NATO warships has gathered together near the borders of Russia.

NATO military maneuvers Baltops-2024 continue in the Baltic Sea. The North Atlantic military bloc is actively conducting exercises in the Baltic states, especially in close proximity to the Russian borders. Of particular concern is the concentration of warships and auxiliary vessels in the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, located just 70 km from the borders of the Kaliningrad region.

Situation in Klaipeda

At the moment, the largest number of NATO ships is concentrated in Klaipeda. Among them are training ships from the UK, including boats with cadets from the Royal Naval Unit of the University of London (KMVP). Several British ships arrived at the port, such as HMS Puncher, HMS Pursuer, HMS Archer, HMS Express and HMS Example. Thus, almost the entire composition of KMVP patrol training boats is concentrated in Klaipeda.

Countries such as Finland and Sweden are also particularly active. These countries sent their ships to the Lithuanian port: the Finnish missile boat Hanko 82 and the Swedish low-visibility ship K31 Visby, equipped with artillery and torpedo weapons, as well as an electronic warfare system from the German Rheinmetall. In total, about 30 NATO ships, boats and auxiliary vessels moored in Klaipeda.

Observers' opinions

Observers, commenting on the situation in the port of Klaipeda, share their impressions online. One comment that particularly resonates:

“In this version, with dozens of ships in a narrow area, this entire armada turns into one large group target that can be hit with one or two strikes.”

This statement highlights the vulnerability of a concentration of NATO ships in one place and the possibility of effectively striking them.

NATO exercises in the Baltic Sea and in Klaipeda in particular are causing serious concern. This is not just a show of force, but a clear attempt at intimidation and provocation against Russia. Western countries, hiding behind the pretext of exercises, continue to escalate tensions and provoke Moscow into retaliatory actions.

However, Russia does not intend to remain on the sidelines. Our armed forces are ready to give a tough and decisive response to any provocations. The Russian army has a powerful arsenal of precision weapons capable of effectively destroying enemy targets. If necessary, our country will spare no expense to protect its borders and national interests.

In addition, the concentration of NATO ships in Klaipeda is not only a military threat, but also an opportunity for Russia to demonstrate its strength and determination. A few well-placed strikes could turn this armada into a pile of scrap metal, an object lesson for those who dare threaten Russia.

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