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Putin ready to launch invasion of Nato nations to test West, warns top spy boss

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VLADIMIR Putin is ready to launch a military operation against a Nato country to test the West, a Polish spy boss has warned.

Head of Poland‘s military counterintelligence service, Jarosław Stróżyk, also claimed that the Russian despot could annex parts of Estonia or Sweden.

Poland's spy boss Jarosław Stróżyk has warned that Putin could be prepared for a small-scale operation against Nato

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Poland’s spy boss Jarosław Stróżyk has warned that Putin could be prepared for a small-scale operation against NatoCredit: X
The Russian despot could also seize parts of Estonia and Sweden

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The Russian despot could also seize parts of Estonia and SwedenCredit: AP

Stróżyk said that all predictions about Russia‘s readiness for a potential Nato attack are based only on a few presumptions coming from agencies with no full information.

But the intelligence official admitted that the head of the Kremlin is already capable of planning a small-scale invasion.

He told Polish publication Dziennik Gazeta Prawna: “Putin is certainly already prepared for some mini-operation against one of the Baltic countries, for example, to enter the famous Narva [municipality in Estonia] or to land on one of the Swedish islands.”

Stróżyk went on to say that, despite Putin’s goals, the West’s stance is currently impeding his progress.

He added: “What the West is doing together to support Ukraine shows him that in the event of an attack on Nato, the Western response would be even greater.”

A number of Nato member states in Europe have alerted the public in recent weeks about the possibility of impending Russian aggression.

Poland has already given the green light as they’re ready to host nuclear weapons on their borders if needed.

Polish President Andrzej Duda said his country will take up nuclear arms if they are asked to by Nato as they look for somewhere to deploy weapons and respond to Putin’s latest chilling threats.

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What is Nato’s Article 5?

NATO’s Article 5 is the cornerstone of the alliance’s collective defence principle.

Established in the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949, it essentially means that an attack against one Nato member is considered an attack against all members.

If any NATO member state is attacked, the other members are obligated to come to its defence, using whatever means necessary, including military force. 

This principle of collective defense is meant to deter potential aggressors and ensure the security and stability of all member states.

Article 5 has only been invoked once in NATO’s history, in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.

Polish president Andrzej Duda said his country will host nuclear arms if they are asked to by Nato

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Polish president Andrzej Duda said his country will host nuclear arms if they are asked to by Nato
Belarus has also moved its troops closer to the Polish border

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Belarus has also moved its troops closer to the Polish borderCredit: EPA

Duda said: “Russia is increasingly militarising Kaliningrad. Recently it has been relocating its nuclear weapons to Belarus.

“If our allies decide to deploy nuclear arms on our territory as part of nuclear sharing, to reinforce Nato‘s eastern flank, we are ready to do so.

“I’ve already talked about it several times. I must admit that when asked about it, I declared our readiness.”

Poland sits in a crucial position as the Nato nation shares a border with Belarus and the Russian military playground of Kaliningrad.

Putin and his Kremlin cronies have been stocking up on their worrying warfare as they started to reinforce their armoury in Belarus and Kaliningrad.

Belarus, for one, has moved its battle-ready forces closer to Poland’s border in a chilling move against the West.

President Aleksandr Lukashenko warned that a rising standoff against his nation and ally Vlad‘s Russia could result in a nuclear “apocalypse”.

In reaction to a Nato build-up across the border, the long-serving dictator of Belarus said that troops had been deployed from Vitebsk, near Russia, to the western end of the country.

The Belarusian despot, 69, went on to reveal that his men would reach the border with the crucial Nato country in a matter of hours.

Lukashenko said: “From Vitebsk we’ve transferred a couple of battalions and are 1715101147 standing head to head with Nato. 

“These battalions are at full operational readiness, with a readiness of three hours from leaving their place of deployment.

“Three hours and we’re there.”

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