Christmas: Russia Sends Troops Home from Ukrainian Border (video)

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More than 10,000 Russian troops have been returning to their permanent bases after month-long drills near Ukraine, Interfax news agency reported, citing the Russian military.

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  1. Christmas in Orthodox Christian Russia is Jan 7, I think Putin sent the troops home for Christmas. Its cold on the Ukrainian front.
    Perhaps Putin let Stoltenberg know his office (with him in it) will be the very first target to receive a hypersonic laser guided missle, should Stoltenberg’s NAZO brigades invade into one meter of Russian, Crimean, Kaliningrad, Donbass or Belarusian territory.

    • Stoltenberg is a Norwegian major .
      In his youth, he went to the “Marxists” gravitated to the USSR. Even collaborated with the KGB. When this was revealed, he was saved from prison by his father’s high position. Since then, he changed his shoes and became “Russophobic.” Now he is waiting for a position as a banker in Norway.
      And in NATO, he plays the role of a talking head. A kind of disposable tea bag: brewed, squeezed, thrown away.

    • My guess is when Biden and Putin last talked there was an “understanding” that the USA and Russia WILL NOT LET THIS CONFLICT GO NUCLEAR! Problem is, we have 50 million crazy Christian Zionists in the USA that want WWIII to happen soon. 80% of them voted for Trump in the last election. Tell me if I’m wrong, but you have nothing even remotely like this death cult in Russia.

    • NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who a few days ago stated that there was no point in discussing security initiatives with Russia, apparently received a new directive from employers. Somewhat softening his tone towards Moscow, the NATO functionary said that a meeting with Russian representatives to discuss security issues was planned. Moreover, Stoltenberg himself has already acted as an initiator in terms of setting a specific date for such a meeting.
      But the United States is in charge of NATO, so everyone understands perfectly well that whatever decision is made by Washington, this will eventually be accepted by the entire military bloc. Even the fact that Stoltenberg suddenly started talking about the possibility of negotiations with Russia suggests that he received an appropriate order.
      Earlier, the United States said that they would discuss the issues of bilateral relations with Russia, adding that the partners “should discuss their issues themselves.” After that, Stoltenberg had to change his rhetoric from categorical denial to “offering initiatives for a meeting.”
      Commenting on the change in Stoltenberg’s rhetoric, we can say that he will soon leave his post, so it is important for him to stay in line with American interests and at least remain in the history of the NATO bloc as the secretary general who did not lead the alliance to an armed confrontation with Russia.