Russia’s desire to keep the sea transport in the Baltic sea finally “buried”
The Navy of Poland appeared coast division of protection which they equipped with anti-ship missiles NSM that contributed to bury the idea of holding transport routes in the Baltic sea. This was told by the Polish military expert Maximilian Stupid.
“NSM missiles with a range of 220 kilometers allow you to block the civil courts, heading towards Russia from the Baltic sea”, – quotes its words “RIA Novosti”.
He notes that the Polish missiles will complicate the task of fighting in the Baltic sea.
NSM (Naval Strike Missile) anti — ship missile developed by the Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace and was accepted into service in 2007. Can be used on ground targets, you also have the aviation version of the missile. Poland in 2013 bought 12 launchers and 48 missiles, in December 2014, Warsaw, has ordered a second batch of launchers and missiles.
Previously, we reported that Russia since November could have a break from the sanctions because of the midterm elections to Congress, and then there was the shutdown of the U.S. government. But it is over.
After a pause that lasted about 4 months, the Congress went back to discuss new measures against the Kremlin, starting from the prohibition of investments in public debt off the state banks from the global dollar payments system. Hearing on this matter was held on February 12, the Finance Committee of the house of representatives, as stated on the website.
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Their stated theme – “the Use of sanctions and economic governance in the context of U.S. national security and foreign policy challenges.” Although the Committee intends to consider all sanctioned countries, including Iran, North Korea and Venezuela, “special focus” will be in Russia, said in a Memorandum on the Committee’s website.
Recall the poisonous fragment of Nibiru crashed into the Black sea
And Politeka wrote that Russian warships entered the Black sea
Politeka also reported that the NATO fleet entered the Black sea