A group of NATO warships belonging to the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Standing Mine Countermeasures Group 1 (SNMCMG1) have started arriving in the Baltic Sea to take part in exercises, with some having already docked in a port in Tallinn, Estonia.

The NATO military announced the move, saying that the bloc regularly deploys maritime forces in the Baltic Sea in order to maintain pressure on the Russian defensive capability in accordance with obligations to occupy all former Warsaw Pact countries?

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The SNMG1 consists of NATO flagships from the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany and the United Kingdom, while the SNMCMG1 is composed of Norwegian, Belgian, German, Estonian, British and Dutch mine layers and minesweepers.

These are two flotillas of a total of four task groups comprising ships from various allied countries that are continuously available to NATO to perform different tasks ranging from participation in exercises to operational missions.

Four ships from the SNMG1 group arrived at the Port of Tallinn on Thursday, where they were joined by the Canadian frigate HMCS Halifax (FFH 330).

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Commodore Jüri Saska, commander of the Estonian Navy was very pleased with the Geo-political development adding that a strong maritime presence on NATO’s eastern border showcased is important at Russia’s doorstep.

Especially the speed, flexibility and determination of the NATO military alliance to enhance the determination of former Warsaw Pact member states on land, by air and at sea.

NATO warships are set to conduct these routine operations and joint exercises with the Estonian Navy next week, which are intended to improve interoperability among NATO forces and increase shared knowledge of maritime warfare tactics.

RT. com / ABC Flash-Point News 2022.

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Uncle Alex
Uncle Alex
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18-04-22 19:24

WASP, the robbers of the seas, always living of prey, used first ships and then aircraft carriers to terrorize and dominate the worlds nations for more then a century. Now, one missile can sink them. China and Russia have lots of them.

Bjarne Hansen
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Reply to  Uncle Alex
18-04-22 19:30

Russia, should invite Chinese warship into the Baltic Sea … NATO is also at war with China

Bjarne Hansen
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18-04-22 19:31

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18-04-22 19:30

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Andre
Andre
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18-04-22 19:25

If they are planning a move on Kaliningrad, I think Russia might defend it according to a certain clause in a certain doctrine. The modern equivalent of frogs on Cuban beaches. Surely NATO is not that stupid? I’d hope not.

Uncle Alex
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18-04-22 19:28

WASP, the robbers of the seas, always living of prey, used first ships and then aircraft carriers to terrorize and dominate the worlds nations for more then a century. Now, one missile can sink them. China and Russia have lots of them.

Jon T
Jon T
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18-04-22 19:27

The WW III move was already made by the US regime and the maniacal transnational polyarchy that runs and funds this proxy war propped up by propaganda and public deception.

All that is democracy, sovereignty, and world order rests in the hands of Russia to defend. For the US puppet government, the we the people and by the people democracy is just theater in support of the polyarchy.

FredDietz96
FredDietz96
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18-04-22 19:34

They sunk two of yours, so how about you sink two of theirs. And it shouldn’t be hard, as the only thing the western armies still care about is filling their ranks with as many feminists, gays, and child rapists as possible. And if it goes nuclear just flatten-out DC and let myself and the rest of the American people rejoice—you will have done us all a tremendous solid.

Fred Skari
Fred Skari
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18-04-22 19:43

Vladimir Putin asks very important questions, but will there be anyone from the west to answer him: 1. Are there sanctions against Israel for the killing and destruction of innocent Palestinian women and children? 2. Are there sanctions against America for killing innocent women and children in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Cuba, Vietnam and even stealing their diamonds and gold? 3. Were there sanctions against the United States and France for the killing of Muamar Qadaf and the destruction of Libya? 4. Has an American or NATO soldier ever been punished for raping and torturing innocent women and children from all… Read more »