Grybauskaite: Russia’s ‘Iskanders’ intended to attack

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said that Russia has deployed Iskander missile systems in the Kaliningrad region to demonstrate the force against the whole of Europe.

19 October 2016 09:56

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said that the deployment of Russian Iskander missile complexes in the Kaliningrad region is an act of aggressive show of force against the entire Europe, 24 TV channel reports.

“Iskanders are not defensive weapons. They are designed to attack, and this means an aggressive demonstration of force not only against the Baltic states, but also against the European capitals,” Grybauskaite stated.

Earlier, former Deputy Chairman of the National Security Bureau of Poland Roman Polko said that Russia may send troops into the Baltic states.

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