The senator is confident that this is clearly evidenced by the drills that will begin in late April.
“Why do NATO needs exercises in Germany with “Russian extras”, depicting civilians? The answer is the same: the preparation of soldiers for actions on the territory of Russia”, wrote the chairman of the Council on Infopolitics Alexei Pushkov on Twitter and added that “the devil is in the details. At the same time, they will explain that NATO is a very peace-loving structure, concerned only with the protection of democracy and human rights”.
The official representative of the Joint Multinational Training Center in Germany, Chris Bradley, commented on the NATO drills that will begin in Germany in late April.
According to him, using of Russian-speaking people in the training of soldiers does not mean that some kind of purposeful operation is being prepared. The Alliance simply tries to work out all the variants of the development of events that servicemen may face. Bradley mentioned that extras with knowledge of Polish and Czech languages are also being recruited.