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Baltic Sea nations react warily to reported Russian proposal to revise its maritime border

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By JAN M. OLSEN

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Don't trust and verify x10.

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If Russia has to do it, Russia will do it..

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TokyoLiving

If Russia has to do it, Russia will do it..

No. They won't. They don't have the capability.

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Read the article. The current markers are based on outdated maps from 1985. Now technology has given more accurate maps, charts and surveys. A clarified and accurate border is in everyone's interests.

Happens all the time. Baltic states need to put a sock in it.

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Don't trust and verify x10.

Why, is the White House involved? in that case , agreed, don't trust and verify x 100.

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Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in early 2022, Finland and Sweden have joined NATO. The Baltic Sea — Russia’s maritime point of access to the city of St. Petersburg and its Kaliningrad enclave — is now almost surrounded by members of the military alliance.

...and that is the point. Without the irresponsible NATO expansion (which senior diplomats have been criticizing from the start) none of this tension would exist.

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2020hindsightsToday 11:30 am JST

TokyoLiving

If Russia has to do it, Russia will do it..

No. They won't. They don't have the capability.

LOL what a FACT :)

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