NATO countries are opening corridors for the transfer of troops to the borders of Russia

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NATO countries are opening corridors for the transfer of troops to the borders of Russia

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre announced the creation of a corridor for the rapid transfer of NATO troops to the border with the Russian Federation. The corridor will pass through the northern territories of Finland, Sweden and Norway, which will ensure the rapid movement of troops to the eastern border of Finland.

This decision was made in the context of growing tensions in the region and increased NATO military activity on the eastern flank. The corridor will be used to quickly respond and strengthen NATO's military presence in the event of a threat.

The creation of such a corridor allows for high mobility and readiness of alliance forces, as well as demonstrating the unity and determination of NATO countries in protecting their borders. According to Støre, the corridor will become an important element in the collective security system, allowing a quick response to any potential threats.

In addition, events are developing on NATO’s southern flank. Western Ukraine, the ports of Odessa and Moldova are seen as possible starting points for the deployment of NATO troops, which underscores the seriousness of the threat to Russia.

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