Russia sent nuclear missiles to border with Lithuania and Poland territory

Source : 112 Ukraine

Also Russia deployed S-300 in Syria after information about possible US air strikes
17:01, 8 October 2016

112 Agency

Russia sent equipped with nuclear-tipped missiles "Iskander-M" in Kaliningrad, a city which is located between Poland and Lithuania.

This was reported by Reuters with reference to US intelligence data.

The report said that the displacement can have harmless intentions. So, in 2014, Russia sent the missile systems in Kaliningrad as part of military exercises

Also, it is possible that it is a political gesture to demonstrate the power on the background of dissatisfaction with the NATO, the report said, citing a source in intelligence.

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Also Russian S-300 were deployed in Syria after the leakage of information about possible US air strikes on Syrian airfields.

In an interview with TV channel "Dozhd" this declared spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

"C-300 appeared there after the leak from close to US establishment experts about cruise missiles to bomb the Syrian airports," - said Zakharova.

Recall that in Russian Defense Ministry confirmed the delivery to Syria of new anti-missile systems.

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