Russian state TV channel Rossiya 1 discussed how they will seize the Baltic states and Colonel Igor Korotchenko said there will be “a massive Russian radio-electronic strike is inflicted” warning that “all NATO radars” will “go blind and see nothing.”
Colonel Korotchenko said on state TV using maps in English with NATO troop deployments marked, revealed how the Russian President Vladimir Putin will invade the Baltics.
He warned that Russian forces will start with “a massive Russian radio-electronic strike is inflicted” as “all NATO radars go blind and see nothing.”
“At this time, on the Swedish island Gotland, Russian military planes land, delivering S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, and Bastion coastal anti-ship systems,” he said.
“They are deployed – and for now no-one knows or sees anything.
“The West wonders, ‘Why do we see nothing? What happened to our radars?’”
Korotchenko said the Russians will push out from Kaliningrad towards the Suwalki corridor enabling them to block all access to reinforcements from Poland.
“The astonished West and NATO will know that Russia declares a no-fly zone of 400km,” then the “entire Baltic sea” will be targetted by Russian forces.
The retired Colonel claimed that “that those few special forces troops of Canada, UK, Germany and the USA, in the Baltic.”
Laughably, he added that they will be “surrounded” and will then be forced to “lay down their arms” by Russian airborne soldiers.