Lithuanian President described the scenario of Russia's invasion in NATO
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Lithuanian President described the scenario of Russia's invasion in NATO

Gitanas Nauseda
Source:  Delphi

On the conviction of the leader of Lithuania Gitanas Nauseda, the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin may launch an invasion of the territory of NATO countries if the West stops its support to Ukraine.

A possible war between Russia and NATO

The Lithuanian leader does not believe that support for Ukraine during its war with Russia can one day stop.

However, if this happens, then the countries of the Alliance will have to start preparing even more actively for the invasion of the Russian army.

It will depend on the scenario of the war in Ukraine. If Russia does not manage to turn everything in its favor, then, of course, it will be stuck there for a long time and will not be able to fight on several fronts. If everything is different, and the West suddenly turns away from Ukraine, does not provide it with the necessary assistance... Yes, then it may happen, but the probability of such a scenario is small, Gitanas Nauseda said, commenting on the talks about the threat to NATO from Russia.

As the President of Lithuania notes, no one knows what to expect from the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.

That is why it is necessary to prepare for the worst of all possible developments in the international arena and not slow down and block aid to Ukraine.

Borrell sounds the alarm about Putin's plans

According to the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, if Russia wins a full-scale war against Ukraine, a dire threat to the existence of the European Union will appear.

If we do not change course soon and mobilise all our capabilities, if we allow Putin to win the war in Ukraine and fail to stop the tragedy in Gaza, our project will suffer significant damage, the diplomat explained.

He also drew attention to the fact that the critical question today is not whether Russia will be able to defeat Ukraine on the battlefield but what Europe is doing "to prevent Russia from winning the war."

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