DISCLOSURE: Sourced from Russian government funded media

The Russian Federation decided to redeploy the S-400 anti-aircraft missile division to its western state borders.

This was reported to the domestic media by a source in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. According to the source, the S-400 anti-aircraft missile system division will take up duty as soon as possible – December 20th. The division will face the task of protecting the airspace on the western borders of the country.

It is also reported that the Russian S-400 air defense missile systems will be deployed in the small town of Luga, Leningrad Region. This city, we note, is the most extreme settlement of this subject of the Russian Federation and is literally a few dozen kilometers from the borders of the country.

Arguments about the possibility of open armed confrontation between the Russian Federation and Western states received a new round of their development several years ago and have not subsided to this day.
So, earlier, Pravda.Ru wrote that the National Interest American edition predicted how the war between the Russian Federation and NATO would develop. According to the authors of the article, everything will begin on the territory of the Baltic states, and will end with the defeat of Russia.

 

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  1. The National Interest is a useless site. They are hardly going to write about a NATO defeat. Russia can’t be invaded and occupied.

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