While NATO continues to demonstrate imaginary power, pushing countries
with useless military bases, some experts assess the real ability of the
North Atlantic Alliance to resist in the event of hostilities.
Thus, the former head of the strategic planning department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Latvia, Raymond Rublovsky, said that in the event of a real conflict with Russia, the hypothetical NATO bases would be destroyed in a few minutes. At the moment there is one alliance group in Riga, but given the real balance of forces in this region, it does not pose any danger.
Indeed, the deployment of many military bases is more like a political gesture. Many NATO groups do not have any offensive or missile weapons, so there’s no need to talk about security. Therefore, many countries, especially the Baltic states, demonstrate their monotonous position, bordering on hysterics.
At the same time, the United States, within its competence, continues to stuff the alliance with new bases, but in the event of war, Latvia will be one of those countries that does not even have time to make war. Although these are many European countries. Assistance to Canada, which heads the battalion in the Baltic country, certainly will not change the situation. Therefore, NATO’s cries of a lightning victory over Russia in the event of war look ridiculous.