international | Russia’s NATO war breaks out soon over Putin’s war

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When Russia was at war. There is now a possibility that it could turn into a NATO-Russia war. The other day, a freight train from Russia to Kaliningrad, Russia’s exclusive, was stopped halfway by Lithuania. A new face of war is about to open. The move has angered Russia. With this, Russia raised its voice against Lithuania. Russia has already warned of strong attacks if its supplies are not delivered.

Lithuania is a NATO country. If there is any Russian action there, it will be interpreted as an action against NATO. This is because if any country declares military action against its NATO allies, the member state will have the military protection of NATO. That is, war experts say that Russia’s turn against Lithuania could be the beginning of another world war.

Kaliningrad, a Russian outpost located on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Poland, has a population of 430,000. Russia’s access to Kaliningrad is by land via Belarus and Lithuania, as it is outside their borders.

Alternatively, they can travel from St. Petersburg via the Baltic Sea to enter Russia’s exclusive enclosure. Because it was a waste of time and energy, the easiest way was to maintain contact with Russia and Kaliningrad via Belarus and Lithuania.

Lithuania has been one of the most opposed countries in the European Union / NATO alliance since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. After the start of the war, Lithuania even started crowdfunding to buy drones for Ukraine.

As the war enters its third phase, Lithuania is stepping up its action against Russia. As part of this, Lithuania imposed a ban on the passage of goods into the Russian territory of Kaliningrad. Russia has said Lithuania’s action is a challenge to Russian sovereignty.

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If Russia turns against Lithuania, the fact that NATO will not be able to intervene in the war indicates that the situation is getting worse. Lithuania has banned trains carrying coal, metals, construction materials and advanced technology.

Moscow has warned that it will take “very tough action” against Lithuania. According to foreign media reports, Russia has informed the Lithuanian envoy to Moscow, de Affirs, that Russia has the right to act in defense of national interests if freight is not resumed.

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