Scaring Moscow with “Trident Juncture” grand NATO maneuvers will cost German taxpayers 103 million USD
Half of cost will go direct to host country Norway
The involvement of the Bundeswehr in the “Trident Juncture” NATO maneuvers will cost German taxpayers around 90 million euros (= 103.31 million dollars). More than half of the money is going to the host country Norway, where, among other things, food and provisions for field camps have to be paid. The remainder is scheduled for the return transport of personnel and materials, as the Ministry of Defense announced.
With these grand maneuvers from Thursday onwards, NATO plans to send a deterrent signal to Russia and train for the so-called “alliance case.” This could be invoked if one or more of the 29 member states were attacked by an opponent. As a result, then the other Allies would have to assist
“90 Million euros to kick Putin in the shin!
Haaa, what fun! Could you actually film that shit?
Spielberg – is he still alive? – and the film would bring in double, if Clooney and Leo were in it. Then they’d film in Babelsberg [a German cinema center –tr] and everyone is happy! Nobody knows exactly what all the banging is about.. but no matter, that’s going to be nice in Norway.
Will Putin himself do a cameo as a guest star? Are there any stage front tickets at Rheinmetall?”