The foundations are being laid for war in the Baltic: NATO cancels the Founding Law with Russia – Poland moves with Fast track procedures in the Suwalki Corridor – WarNews247..

NATO is laying the foundations for a total war with Russia. The first “bomb” came from Lithuania, which, acting as a “hare” of the developments, requested the annulment of the founding NATO-Russia Treaty, which will allow the creation of permanent military bases in the Baltic countries, Poland, Bulgaria and Finland.

Immediately after it became known that Poland is building two high-speed highways for the transport of NATO troops to the Suwalki Corridor with “Fast track” procedures. 

In 1997, the “Founding Act” was signed between NATO and Russia, through which Moscow accepted the enlargement, but in exchange that NATO would not station permanent forces in Eastern Europe.

NATO will “break” even the last Russian red line, which is a “cause of war” for Moscow. It is noted that the development is expected after the adoption of new defense plans by NATO.

Both developments point in the direction of the future expansion of the war mainly towards the Baltic and Kaliningrad.

Lithuania: Cancel the NATO-Russia Founding Law!

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda has called on NATO countries to establish permanent military bases on Russian borders and cancel the NATO-Russia Founding Law.

According to Nauseda, the alliance should abandon its own restrictions on establishing permanent defense bases near the border with Russia, since the founding treaty between Russia and NATO is dead.

“We must finally declare that the NATO-Russia Founding Act is dead ,” Nauseda said in an interview with The Times.

“With Russia routinely deploying nuclear weapons in Belarus, we must finally recognize that the Russia-NATO founding act is dead.

But it still hinders the action of many NATO member countries and keeps us in a gray zone of strategic ambiguity,”  said the President of Lithuania.

Strong reactions from Russia

Russian President Dmitry Peskov’s press secretary commented on the Lithuanian leader’s statements, stressing that the bloc has already begun strengthening NATO military infrastructure next to the Russian border.

“That was one of the reasons that brought us to the current situation. It seems that the Europeans do not understand this mistake”, he said.

During the July 11 summit, Stoltenberg announced approval of plans to deploy 300,000 troops on the alliance’s eastern flank.

“Moscow believes that these documents will determine the conflict course of the Alliance with Russia for years to come,” said Russia’s ambassador to Belgium, Alexander Tokovinin, and added:

“These steps undermine security in Europe, in the Atlantic and increase the risk of the current situation. This is a confirmation of the conflict course,” he explained in an interview with the RIA Novosti news agency.

Tokovinin stressed that “such decisions escalate the confrontation and increase the risk of a direct conflict between Russia and the members of the bloc” with all the ensuing consequences.

For his part, the Russian ambassador in Washington said that the situation is developing in the direction of the “worst outcome” in relation to the Russia-NATO confrontation.

As First Vice-Chairman of the Russian Duma’s International Affairs Committee Alexei Chepa explained in an interview with RT:

“There are politicians who continue to worsen the situation, escalate the confrontation, create more difficult conditions and break the agreements that have been reached. All this leads to problems”.

According to Alexandr Kamkin, a senior researcher of comparative political studies at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Lithuanian leader is actually pushing for an escalation of the confrontation between Russia and NATO

“Lithuania, like Poland, which has proposed the deployment of US nuclear weapons on its soil, is pursuing a consistent policy of escalation and engaging its allies in a direct conflict with Moscow.

As part of such initiatives, NATO could decide to establish permanent military bases mainly in the Baltic countries, Poland and Bulgaria. In addition, the bloc can station its troops in Finland, because with the inclusion of this country in the North Atlantic Treaty, the common border between NATO and Russia increased significantly,” the expert told RT.

In Kamkin’s view, it cannot be ruled out that the Lithuanian president’s claims are some kind of test of how Russia would react to a possible repeal of the NATO-Russia Founding Law.

Poland is building “express routes” to transport forces to the Suwalki Corridor

Warsaw plans to build two new high-speed highways that will allow the rapid deployment of NATO troops in the northern part of the border with Belarus, in the area of ​​the so-called “Suwalki Corridor”.

According to Polish generals, this location, located at the junction of the regions of Kaliningrad, Lithuania and Belarus, is of strategic importance, as if captured by the Russian Armed Forces, the Baltic states will be cut off from the rest of Europe.

These are areas located on the eastern side of NATO.

“There is still a threat from the Russian Federation and Belarus. Roads can be used, for example, for the efficient movement of troops,”  said the country’s Ministry of Infrastructure.

As reported in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, “express routes” designed for the rapid transport of troops will be built in Podlaskie from Bialystok to Augustow in the village of Rachki and from Knyszyn to Elk.

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