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Monday, June 01, 2015

NATO Chief Says Russia's Nuclear Advances 'Troubling'; Baltic States Mull Joint Air Defence

Tu-95 Bear-DNATO has expressed alarm over Russia’s dramatic increase of flights by its nuclear bombers. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Moscow’s nuclear threats have become “deeply troubling and dangerous.”

Stoltenberg said Russia’s plans to send nuclear-capable missiles in Kanilingrad and its threat to deploy nuclear forces in Crimea would fundamentally “change the balance of security in Europe.”

In a speech during his visit to Washington, the NATO secretary general criticised the behaviour of Russia in the past year.

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