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Comment by Universal Divine Being IsIs on May 4, 2012 at 10:41pm

Russia says preemptive strike on NATO missile system is possible

A top Russian military official says that if the U.S.-led missile defense project in Europe continues as planned, Moscow would not rule out attacking it.

By Sergei L. Loiko
Los Angeles Times

Russia may consider a preemptive strike on a missile defense system in Europe if the U.S.-led NATO project continues as planned, a top official said Thursday.

Russian Chief of General Staff Nikolai Makarov, in a sign of the tension between Russia and the United States over the missile defense plans, said during an international conference that a strike by his country might be possible.

"A decision to use destructive force preemptively will be taken if the situation worsens," Makarov said.

Makarov's remark followed a statement by Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov, who said Russian and U.S. consultations on the subject were "close to a dead end."

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Comment by Universal Divine Being IsIs on May 4, 2012 at 10:43pm
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Just days before Vladimir Putin's return as Russia's president,
Russian army officials gathered to discuss how they will deal with
the U.S.-led NATO missile defense shield, which Russia feels is
something more than d-e-f-e-n-s-i-v-e.

As negotiations come "close to a dead end", the Russian Chief of
General Staff Nikolai Makarov suggested that Russia may strike
offending NATO missile sites preemptively.

I'd imagine that Putin, who resumes the Russian presidency on May
7th, will either back those statements or back away from them.

We shall see...

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