Moscow’s “blacklist” of European political figures who now will be denied entrance to the Russian Federation suggests that in the view of the Kremlin, Poland is Russia’s “most dangerous opponent” in Europe, EMerging Equity reported on June 4.
On June 2, Poland’s defence minister, Tomasz Siemoniak, told Sky News his country was facing its greatest security crisis since the end of the Cold War. EMerging Equity also elaborated on the issue in details.
The latest massive training exercises in the Eastern Europe, although not as big as the ones conducted by Russia, are NATO’s response to the potential threats created by Putin’s country. Their aim is to show that NATO states are united are ready to tackle any potential aggression on any of the member states.
The military training exercises provide the Eastern European NATO member states with very important, supportive psychological aspects as they felt they were treated as second category members so far due to secret, geopolitical agreements between Russia and the West singed in early 1990’s.