NATO Builds Infrastructure for Permanent Military Presence Near Russia’s Borders


Source: The Strategic Culture Foundation, by Alex Gorka

A group of about 50 combat engineers based at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown were deployed to Latvia on April 29 as part of Operation Reassurance. The mission is to build a town for 500 soldiers. According to commanding officer Lt.-Col. Chris Cotton, the installation will have «everything you would expect in a small town, from its kitchen to its quarters, its electrical distribution system, water distribution system, internet, gym facilities that would allow people to survive over the long term in Latvia». Obviously, this is an element of vast infrastructure to provide for a long-term commitment.

In early April, a US-led battle group of 1,350 soldiers for NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence in Eastern Europe arrived at its base near Orzysz in northeastern Poland. It took place just a few days after a NATO-Russia Council meeting took place on March 30. Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg called the talks with Moscow…

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One Response to NATO Builds Infrastructure for Permanent Military Presence Near Russia’s Borders

  1. Where is this so called aggression?
    So far all I see is NATO piling on the pressure and their leadership probably still thinking they could win a war with Russia.
    This is stupid, really stupid.

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