Ukrainian special forces can be “indispensable” for NATO in the event of a war with Russia. This is stated by military expert First Rank Captain Konstantin Sivkov in the “Military Industrial Courier ”
“Special forces can be transferred to the Russian Federation both under the guise of civilian passengers and by military aircraft, either by land or from the sea. They can be introduced to consolidate success , which can establish reliable control over the strategic nuclear arsenal of our country, “- writes Sivkov.
This, in the author’s opinion, explains the build-up of NATO special operations and rapid deployment units in the areas bordering Russia.
Sivkov notes the special role of the Ukrainian military, in the conflict. “Particularly valuable in these conditions for NATO are the soldiers of the Ukrainian special forces who are ethnically and culturally related to the Russian population, speaking the same language, they will be indispensable in the conduct of special actions with preliminary secretive deployment,” the expert said.
Overused template? Sure sounds familiar in relation to Arab speaking ‘rebels’ in countries of the Middle East.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking at a conference on disarmament in Geneva, said that the United States is preparing Europe for the use of nuclear weapons against Moscow. The Minister noted that the preservation of American non-strategic nuclear weapons in Europe, as well as the practice of “joint nuclear missions,” hampered disarmament.