Donbas conflict could develop to impact Baltics and Poland - Ukraine's ex-rep to NATO
Ihor Kabanenko, a retired Ukrainian admiral and now the President of Ukrainian Advanced Research Project Agency, sat down with Ukraine Today to talk about NATO-Ukraine-Russia triangle.
"We can see military preparations from Russia's side, concentration of forces in different areas. It is some kind of indications the Ukrainian conflict could develop and affect NATO members," the expert said, according to Ukraine Today.
"The Baltics and Poland see [Russia's] maneuvers near their borders, some flybys of strategic aviation, this is military preparations, intentions to show power, possibility to attack," said Kabanenko, sharing his thoughts on Moscow's activity near the borders.
The expert goes on to elaborate what Ukraine and the West should do to stop Russia’s aggressive actions.
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