NATO is preparing for Russian missile attacks in Europe

NATO is preparing for Russian missile attacks in Europe

NATO is preparing for possible Russian missile attacks in Europe. According to information from The Times, NATO is forced to take measures to prepare for possible missile attacks from Russia in various regions of Europe. Senior alliance generals are warning of the possibility of Russian attacks on NATO installations, including German territory, if the Kremlin begins military action against the alliance.

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In an interview The Times Lt. Gen. Alexander Zollfrank, commander of NATO's military logistics center in southwest Germany, stressed the need for the alliance to be prepared for such attacks. He also called on allies to decisively deal with bureaucratic obstacles that prevent the effective movement of troops and equipment and impede the use of weapons by NATO member countries.

This is also indicated by the minimal number of Russian missile strikes on Ukraine. Russian troops are stockpiling missile weapons of all types for future attacks on NATO territory, experts say.

Generals from Germany, the USA and the Netherlands fear the possibility of Russian attacks on the EU

Zollfrank and other senior generals from Germany, the United States and the Netherlands have expressed concerns about the possibility of Russian attacks on deep rear targets, including civilian and military infrastructure, far behind the front lines. This scenario, in their opinion, is based on the experience of the war in Ukraine, where Russian occupiers strike in remote regions, despite the battle line, hitting both civilian targets, schools and hospitals, and critical infrastructure of the population.

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The warnings from senior generals underscore the need for NATO to maintain a high level of combat readiness and preparedness for various conflict scenarios. These statements also highlight the seriousness of the situation on the global stage and the need for constant monitoring and adaptation by the NATO alliance to ensure the security of its members and the European region as a whole.