The Alliance does not make a direct confrontation with Russia, military experts believe. Apparently, immediately therefore the Czech NATO General Petr Pavel decided to threaten the country the possibility of a nuclear strike.
In Prague it is finished the conference "Our safety", in which Russia became one of the Central topics of discussion. Stories about allegedly proving the presence of Russian danger became so common in the West that even influential statements by military experts that Moscow does not intend to invade any neighboring country, do not change the situation.
The office of NATO, however, continues to speak about a possible incident with Moscow. The Chairman of the military Committee of the Alliance, which comes into its own position from 1 June 2015, Peter Paul announced that the block uses against Russia's nuclear weapons, reports the Star. His threat of military bothered to soften, adding that the strike will be tactical and happens only in case of aggression of an opponent".
Willingness to go to similar desperate measure should, apparently, to hide the precedent that the Alliance has nothing to oppose Russia in the case of the present confrontation. So, according to specialists, who among other things were announced during the conference in Prague to capture the power of the Baltic States Moscow will need 2 days. The same time will need the Russian army to occupy Kiev.
Clumsiness and failures of NATO will not allow a military unit to respond fairly quickly. If the Russian government is formed such a need, the troops will take area before the Alliance will take any decision. However Russia is not interested in military intervention, as evidenced by their behavior in the foreign policy arena, and the reports of the main international military experts.
Consequently, the Western powers themselves scare the "Russian threat", and so successful in this that can settle down, only promising to unleash a nuclear war. All the talk of a possible military conflict is not baseless and only serve to escalate the situation and exploit it in the interests of NATO.
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