“Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave, which borders Nato member Lithuania, has been used to base station the missiles in the enclave on a permanent basis.
At the same time anti-ship missiles were moved in and two corvettes with nuclear-capable cruise missiles were added to the Baltic fleet headquartered in the port of Baltiysk.”
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