Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Colonel Rupert Wieloch said he had “no doubt” that Russia had ambitions of invading Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, before insisting it was vital NATO forces asserted there presence in the region.
The comments come as 800 British soldiers, with tanks, drones and armoured vehicles, prepare to enter Estonia in May in a bid to reassure Baltic states over Russian aggression.
You’ve read the developments on Global Geopolitics for years already. The path to create an EU Army has not deviated one bit — all courtesty of the Fourth Reich and its upcoming United States of Europe.
FEARS British armed forces could be dragged into an EU army escalated after Michael Fallon said UK troops must further integrate with their European counterparts.
Mr Fallon said UK military cooperated with their European neighbours on “every front”, including British and French pilots flying each other’s jets and both nations’ ship sailing alongside one another.
But he added: “Today we take that partnership to a new level.”