- This is not an invasion but a show of force/sabre rattling. Nevertheless still unnerving!
- Today is their national day celebrating their independence and a whole load of NATO troups will parade about 300 metres or so from the Russian border.
On February 24, Estonia’s national day, a whole load of NATO troops will parade around in the main square in Narva to celebrate the country’s independence. They will do so no more than 300 metres from the Russian territory. But what NATO calls defiance, Russia says is a direct provocation.
And that’s because the most cursory investigation of NATO’s claims of Russian intent in Estonia doesn’t seem to stand up to much scrutiny. While 98 per cent of Narva is Russian speaking, they all have European passports.
The deputy mayor says that they look to Brussels to sort out their problems – which…
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