NATO Launches New Black Sea Force To Target Russia

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Jason Ditz via,
Oct 11, 2017

NATO has announced the launching of their multinational Black Sea Force, based in Romania, and including an entire Romanian brigade of 4,000 troops.

“We are sending a very clear message: NATO is here, NATO is strong and NATO is united,” Stoltenberg told assembled Polish, Romanian, Spanish and Portuguese soldiers.

The force is there to target Russia in the Black Sea region.

Romania insisted the deployment is “not a threat to Russia” and that the purpose of having more troops there to “target” Russia is “peace, not war.”

“We are not a threat for Russia. But we need dialogue from a strong position of defense and discouragement,”

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One Response to “NATO Launches New Black Sea Force To Target Russia”

  1. Manny

    Let me get this straight! NUTSO is moving a fleet ‘into the eye of the storm’ by going into the Black Sea??? The entry/exit to this body of water is like what fifteen miles wide and the Russians have the ability to do a fly by and turn the whole phucking fleet off…and then what? You take turns towing one another to port?

    At least we know the ‘engagement’ will be damned short lived! Fi ti weren’t for stoopid, we would not need NUTSO on this planet.


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