NATO have ramped up their military drills on Russia’s border by beginning a new aggressive phase of exercises in Latvia.
The exercises, nicknamed Saber Strike, began on Saturday with tank drills in Latvia’s Adazi Military Base.
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Conducted annually since 2010, the Saber Strike exercise, taking place this year from May 27 to June 22, is a set of collaborative military training drills involving US and European forces that is held in multiple locations throughout Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia.
Participating countries in this year’s maneuvers are the three Baltic states, as well as the US, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, and the United Kingdom.
According to the report, the US-built M1 Abrams main battle tanks used during the drills had been delivered to Latvia from Norway-based military supply depots by sea.
NATO recently launched its biggest-ever joint maneuvers in Poland — to the west of Russia, a move that was immediately condemned by Russian authorities. NATO also recently launched a missile system installed in European countries, further enraging Russia.
NATO claims such military activities are not intended to target Russia, but Moscow has long complained that the military alliance aims to make inroads into Russian spheres of influence in Eastern Europe.
Relations between Russia and the West have grown particularly cold since early 2014, when the then-Ukrainian Crimean Peninsula voted in a referendum to join the Russian Federation.