The President of Lithuania called the main threat to the existence of Russia and Belarus
The President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite called the main threat to the Baltic countries and Poland the existence of Russia and Belarus in the East. She stated before the state visit to Estonia, reports three Lebanese source.
According to her, the Baltic States and Poland are the Eastern border of NATO. “The proximity of Russia and Belarus — the threat to him. Plus the militarization of the Kaliningrad region, plus use of the territory of Belarus for various experiments and aggressive games against the West,” said the President.
March 25, Grybauskaite called Russia a threat to Europe. In February, she said that planned this year the Russian-Belarusian military exercises “West-2017” demonstrate the preparation of Minsk and Moscow to war with the West.
3 April, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin Dmitry Peskov said that the words about the possibility of a Russian attack on the Baltic countries is a manifestation imposed on them in the West of Russophobia. “It’s such a pervasive Russophobia, hysterical Russophobia,” — he said, adding that the Kremlin such manifestations of anti-Russian sentiment is deplorable.