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Only with the help of NATO forces, the Lithuanian army can be calm for the security of its territory

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The Republic of Lithuania spends about 0,8 percent of GDP on defense (in 2012, almost 344 million dollars). The country's army can be said to be weak and poorly equipped, and it does not have the capacity to mobilize larger forces. The basis of the ground forces is only one brigade of infantry. Lithuanian armed forces cannot independently protect the country without the help of the North Atlantic Alliance. But in Lithuania there are volunteer formations that are ready to recall the guerrilla experience if the enemy suddenly attacks.


Lithuanian armed forces consist of ground forces, naval forces, air forces and special operations forces. They lead their history from the Lithuanian army - the army of the Republic of Lithuania 1918 – 1940. Shortly after the surrender of Germany in World War 23 on November 1918, the authorities of the newly established Lithuanian Republic issued an act on the formation of the army. This day is celebrated as the Day of the Lithuanian Warriors.

Three wars in two years

20 December 1918 Lithuanian Council Chairman Antanas Smetona and Lithuanian Prime Minister Augustinas Voldemaras arrived in Germany to get assistance in the formation of armed forces. Until the end of the year, Germany paid Lithuania 100 millions of marks of reparations, which went to purchase weapons for the army. Basically it was the weapons left by German troops in Lithuania. In late December, the new Lithuanian government headed by Mykolas Slejevic, 1918, issued an appeal calling for voluntary participation in the army to defend the homeland. Volunteers promised to give land. In parallel, Germany began to form volunteer units in the Baltic States. Parts of the 1 of the German Volunteer Division arrived in Lithuania from Germany in January 1919. All German units, including volunteers, left Lithuania in July 1919.

Only with the help of NATO forces, the Lithuanian army can be calm for the security of its territory5 March 1919 was announced mobilization in the Lithuanian army. His number by the end of the summer reached eight thousand. The Lithuanians had to fight against the Red Army, which invaded Lithuania from the east. January 5 1919 was occupied by Soviet troops in Vilnius, and January 15 by Šiauliai. Lithuanian troops with the help of the German volunteer corps (10 thousands of people) stopped the Red Army at Kedaynaya. February 10 combined German-Lithuanian troops defeated the Soviet near Sheta near Kaunas and forced them to retreat. The Germans fought in Lithuania until the end of May 1919, as the German government was concerned about the advance of the Red Army to the borders of East Prussia. April 19 Polish troops drove out of the Lithuanian-Belarusian Soviet Republic from Vilnius. By early October, 1919, the Lithuanian army ousted the Red Army from the territory of Lithuania. In July - December, the Lithuanians fought against the White Guard Western Russian Army, General Pavel Bermondt-Avalov, which also included German volunteer troops, and inflicted defeat on Radviliškis in November, and the Western Army ousted December from Lithuania.

12 July 1920 was a peace treaty between Lithuania and Soviet Russia, according to which Moscow recognized Lithuania’s right to Vilnius. This city, occupied by the Red Army in June, after the defeat of the latter near Warsaw, was transferred to the control of Lithuanian troops in late August. In September, battles began between the Polish and Lithuanian troops. October 7 in Suwalki was reached through the mediation of the Entente armistice agreement. However, the Lithuanian-Belarusian division of the Polish army under the command of General Lucian Zeligovsky, allegedly withdrew from the obedience of the Polish government, broke the resistance of the Lithuanian troops and took Vilnius in October 8, which was annexed to Poland in 1923. Fighting between Polish and Lithuanian troops was stopped at the end of November 1920.

The events of 1918 – 1920 in Lithuania are called the war of independence, which actually breaks down into three wars: the Lithuanian-Soviet, the Lithuanian-Polish and the war against the Western army. The commander-in-chief of the Lithuanian army from 7 in May 1919 was General Silvestras Zhukauskas (Sylvester Zhukovsky), a former major general of the Russian army (before being appointed commander-in-chief, he was chief of the General Staff of the Lithuanian army). During the war of independence, the Lithuanian army lost 1444 killed, more than 2600 wounded and more than 800 missing.

After Lithuania joined the Soviet Union in August 1940, the Lithuanian army was reorganized into the 29th territorial rifle corps of the Red Army. The only naval training ship fleet Lithuanian President Smetona, bought from Germany in 1926, was transferred to the Soviet Baltic Fleet, where it was renamed Pirmunas (Excellent Master), then included in the NKVD maritime border guard under the name Coral, and with the beginning of World War II it became part of the Baltic Fleet and was used as a patrol ship and minesweeper. January 11, 1945, then renamed the minesweeper T-33, it was sunk by a German submarine or blown up by a mine near the island of Aegna. Lithuanian military aviation, which by the summer of 1940 had several dozen machines (mainly educational and reconnaissance obsolete designs), was abolished. Nine ANBO-29s, three ANBO-29s, one “Gladiator I” were transferred to the arsenal of the 41th corps as part of the 51th corps air squad.

On the eve of the Great Patriotic War, almost all Lithuanian officers of the 29 Corps were arrested. Since the beginning of the war, 16 of thousands of 14 thousands of Lithuanians who served in the corps were either deserted or weapons in their hands, having interrupted the commanders and commissars of non-Hitovites, they revolted against Soviet power.

The main enemy is determined

The Lithuanian army was reconstructed with the restoration of Lithuanian independence in March 1990, and the formation of the Department of Regional Defense and the first training unit of the armed forces. However, practical measures to create an army followed only after the actual collapse of the USSR in August 1991 and recognition of the independence of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia by the allied authorities and the government of the Russian Federation in September. October 10 1991 was appointed the first Minister of Regional Security - Audrius Butkevicius, who previously headed the Department of Regional Security. December 30 1991-th awarded the first Lithuanian military ranks.

2 January 1992 began its activities by the Ministry of Regional Protection and was re-established Lithuanian military aviation. At the same time, the first call for active military service was announced. 1 September 1992 was opened in Vilnius, School of the region. Lithuanian army officers are also trained in the USA, Germany, Poland, other NATO countries and in Sweden. November 1 was created by the fleet of the Naval Forces of Lithuania.

19 November 1992 of the year The Supreme Council - Rehabilitation Sejm proclaimed the re-establishment of the Army of the Republic of Lithuania. Continuing the traditions of the army of the interwar period, many battalions of the modern Lithuanian army were assigned the names of 20 – 30's regiments and their symbolism. The divisions of the volunteer forces were named after partisan districts, into which Lithuanian partisans who fought against Soviet power in 1944 – 1957 were subdivided.

The Supreme Commander is the President of Lithuania. The operational leadership of the armed forces is exercised by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces - a professional military whose working body is the Joint Headquarters. The Ministry of Defense (Ministry of Defense of the region) provides funding and supplies for the armed forces.

29 March 2004, the year Lithuania joined NATO. Its Armed Forces are integrated with the armed forces of other North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries. The military doctrine of Lithuania was adopted by 10 in March of 2010. It envisages the conduct of military and peacekeeping operations in cooperation with other NATO members and within the framework of the missions undertaken by the Alliance. In the event of a collective defense situation, the armed forces of Lithuania are transferred under the command of NATO. The doctrine considers “unstable states whose documents related to defense and security policy are considered as the only threat to Lithuania’s security, while military force allows for military actions directly or indirectly directed against Lithuania or its allies”. This definition is understood primarily as Russia, although no Lithuanian documents directly mention this and our country is not called. In the case of external aggression, it is assumed “independent defense of the country and its collective defense together with the allies”.

15 September 2008 was canceled for urgent military service. The last recruits were transferred to stock 1 on July 2009. From 2009, the recruitment of the armed forces is carried out exclusively by volunteer contractors.

In the armed forces of Lithuania 10 640 people, including 8200 - in the Army, 600 - in the fleet, 1200 - in aviation, 1804 - in the headquarters and services common to all armed forces. 4600 people are reservists of ground forces in the reserve, united in the Volunteer Regional Defense Forces. The male population between the ages of 16 and 49 was 2010 in the 890 year of a thousand people, of whom the number fit for military service is estimated at 669 thousand. Every year the age of 18 years, from which service can begin in the army, reach 20 425 men.

Lithuanian military expenditures constitute 0,79 percent of GDP. In 2012, they can be valued at 343,65 million dollars at the official exchange rate for currencies and at 511,9 billion dollars at purchasing power parity. The lack of financial resources affects the level of equipment of the army with armament and military equipment and the training of servicemen.

Ground troops

8200 people, including 3600 - professionals, and 4600 - in the service of active reservists from the Volunteer forces of the region. Professionals are divided into one Iron Wolf Brigade (three mechanized infantry battalions and one artillery battalion), three separate motorized infantry battalions, one engineering battalion, and one training center.

The ground forces are armed with 10 armored BRDM-2, supplied by Poland, around 200 American armored personnel carriers M113A1 and M113A2 and Swedish armored personnel carriers BV 206 A MT.

The artillery is represented by 72 105-mm American howitzers М101, provided by Denmark, and 61 120-mm mortar М-43, supplied by Poland.

Anti-tank armament - 10 US ATGM FGM-148 Javelin, mounted on wheeled all-terrain vehicles HMMWV. There are also a number of ATGMs FGM-148 Javelin and 84-mm Swedish anti-tank grenade launchers Carl Gustav.

Air defense systems of the ground forces are represented by American FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS, 10 of which are installed on MTLB armored personnel carriers and eight on American МХNUMX armored personnel carriers. There is also a certain number of "Stingers" in the figurative version.

4600 active reservists from the Volunteer Guard Forces of the region are combined into six regiments and 36 territorial defense battalions.

Special operations forces consist of one group of special operations, which includes a special purpose service (group), one Jaeger battalion and a combat divers service (group).

Naval forces

There are about 600 people. Together with the Navy of Latvia and Estonia, they form the combined forces "Baltron", based in Liepaja, Riga, Ventspils, Tallinn and Klaipeda. The headquarters of the combined forces is in Tallinn. The Lithuanian fleet consists of the patrol ships division, the mine ships division and the auxiliary ships division.

The fleet has three Standard Flex 300 Danish patrol boats armed with one 76-mm cannon, and one Storm Norwegian patrol boat with Penguin anti-ship missiles, one 76-mm and one BN.40-mm cannon.

There are also two German minesweepers of the Lindau type (type 331), two British minesweepers Skulvis (of the Hunt type), one Norwegian minelayer of the Vidar type (used as a control ship).

The Lithuanian Navy is focused primarily on the fight against mine danger. In the presence of four auxiliary port vessels of Soviet and Danish production.

Air Force

980 military personnel and 190 civilian personnel. Consist of one air defense battalion. The Air Force has three C-27J Spartan transport aircraft, two L-410 Turbolet transport aircraft and two L-39ZA training and combat aircraft. All aircraft manufacturing Czechoslovakia. The helicopter fleet consists of nine Mi-8. There are several Swedish-made RBS-70 MANPADS. Lithuanian pilots have quite a decent patina - 120 hours per year.

Command, serving the needs of all armed forces

Combined supply command has 1070 people. It consists of one supply battalion. In the Joint Command Training and Documentation 734 person, consists of one training regiment.

Militarized formations of other departments

The Lithuanian Shooting Union is a public organization engaged in preparing young people for military service. In it 9600 people.

The Border Guard of the Ministry of the Interior has 5000 people. Coast Guard - 540 man, has three Finnish and Swedish-made patrol boats and one British-made Griffon 2000 amphibian.

Lithuanian troops outside the country and foreign allied forces in Lithuania

In Afghanistan, there are 236 Lithuanian military personnel in the international ISAF security forces. In the zone of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict within the framework of the OSCE mission there is one Lithuanian military observer. In Iraq, in the framework of the NATO mission - 12 Lithuanian soldiers.

As part of the NATO program to protect the airspace of the Baltic countries, Lithuanian airspace is patrolled on an ongoing basis by four F-16 fighters from Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and other NATO countries. In the event of a sudden Russian invasion of Lithuania, other Baltic countries and Poland (although Russia does not name the document directly, it is clear that we are talking about it and not any aliens) at NATO in the beginning of the year 2010. Eagle Guardian (“Eagle Defender”), which envisages the transfer to these countries in a threatened period or immediately after the start of the aggression of nine divisions of the armies of the USA, Germany, Great Britain and Poland with appropriate aviation support to the territory of the Baltic States and Poland and sending warships Alliance Polish ports in Germany and the Baltic countries.

In general, the Lithuanian army in combat effectiveness is not inferior to the armies of other Eastern European countries - members of NATO, it has the ability to fully take part in peacekeeping operations of the alliance and other international structures with its ground forces. At the same time, the Air Force and the fleet are unable to solve the tasks of protecting the Lithuanian territory, and in this respect Lithuania relies entirely on the help of NATO allies. In the event of an attack from Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to successfully defend at least during the week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach, but subject to air support from the first day of the fighting. At the same time, the main hopes for the Volunteer forces of the regional defense, ready for partisan actions in the event of enemy occupation.
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  1. Nevsky
    Nevsky 19 June 2013 08: 50
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    In the event of an attack from Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach, but subject to the provision of air support from the first day of fighting.


    But provided ....., and also ...., and with support ...., and with support ...., maybe it will work out .... partially reflect and hold .... 1-2 regional center to .... and for ..... days, hours ....., while ..... to counterattack on the front .... with a possible .... and again with a possible prospect of crowding out the adversary to the border of the state ... neighboring regional center ... wassat laughing
    1. Papakiko
      Papakiko 19 June 2013 08: 56
      10
      Quote: Nevsky
      But on condition

      How the administration skips such articles!
      Another heated surge of Chauvinism.
      I am indignant!
      5 March 1919 was announced mobilization in the Lithuanian army. His number by the end of the summer reached eight thousand. The Lithuanians had to fight against the Red Army, which invaded Lithuania from the east. January 5 1919 was occupied by Soviet troops in Vilnius, and January 15 by Šiauliai. Lithuanian troops with the help of the German volunteer corps (10 thousands of people) stopped the Red Army at Kedaynaya. February 10 combined German-Lithuanian troops defeated the Soviet near Sheta near Kaunas and forced them to retreat. The Germans fought in Lithuania until the end of May 1919, as the German government was concerned about the advance of the Red Army to the borders of East Prussia. April 19 Polish troops drove out of the Lithuanian-Belarusian Soviet Republic from Vilnius. By early October, 1919, the Lithuanian army ousted the Red Army from the territory of Lithuania. In July - December, the Lithuanians fought against the White Guard Western Russian Army, General Pavel Bermondt-Avalov, which also included German volunteer troops, and inflicted defeat on Radviliškis in November, and the Western Army ousted December from Lithuania.
      This senility alone is enough to remove an article from a resource.
      1. krasin
        krasin 19 June 2013 09: 04
        +7
        In the event of an attack from Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach, but subject to the provision of air support from the first day of fighting.

        And we will definitely attack, - without a piece of Lithuanian compatriots we don’t have any way to live. Slow down and start !! laughing laughing
        1. smile
          smile 19 June 2013 13: 49
          +3
          krasin
          Yeah ... just wait. while I run away for a beer and join you! :))))
          1. Airman
            Airman 19 June 2013 16: 34
            0
            Quote: smile
            krasin
            Yeah ... just wait. while I run away for a beer and join you! :))))


            By the way, beer in Lithuania is good, I love Lithuanian beer! There is no army in Lithuania, so profanity. But in Lithuania there are no Azeris, Armenians, Tajiks, Uzbeks and the rest of the riffraff, and Lithuanian grannies trade in the markets and prices there are 20-25% lower than in Russia. And we have dominance in the markets of the Armenian-Azerbaijani mafia. A small country, but it has its own interests. And we will soon have more migrants than us Russians.
      2. smile
        smile 19 June 2013 13: 47
        +4
        Papakiko
        I support the indignation !!!! Of course, you do not need to delete it - to hell with it, let it be pluralism ... but ...
        The author strangely forgot that the Lithuanian-Belarusian Soviet Republic was formed - then its military formations were created. And it was these formations of the Lithuanians and Belarusians who tried to establish Soviet power there. And they would have installed, if not for the Germans. There was a civil war in which foreign Germans won, and according to the author, the Red Army invaded it. This is a blatant lie!

        Further, the author forgot that several regions of Latvia were chopped off in Lithuania, there were no less serious battles than during the civil war, and the Latvians did not stop when the Lithuanians stopped them, but when the masters pulled them away.

        The author, actively maneuvering, masterfully dodges the recognition of the fact that since 20 years Lithuania has been battered as all its neighbors wanted, except for us. That is why Lithuania was the most pro-Russian of the Baltic republics. Of course, the Smetona regime was dictatorial, the economy of the country, devoid of a normal access to the sea (after the removal of Memel, there was one port with a wooden pier and without communications) was at the stage of decomposition. poverty peasants on the verge of extinction, walking in wooden flowerbeds (such shoes :)))), workers across the country, several thousand, the capital under the Poles, who put ultimatums and do not hide their intentions to chop off anything else from Lithuania .... that is why our poor and a significant part of the intelligentsia welcomed our people there. And this despite the fact that the Lithuanians were forced to resolve fascist organizations under German pressure. The Germans openly invested significant funds there for the functioning of Nazi forces, propaganda and the creation of agents.
        Thanks to the Russians, the only period in Lithuanian history has come when all three of their main cities - Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipeda were in their hands ...
        Well, and so on ...
        The author is a radish. bad person. which, under the guise of impartiality, introduces bad ideas into circulation ... perhaps this happened because the author had a restriction on the volume of the article .... well, break the article into two parts and the whole business.
    2. Wedmak
      Wedmak 19 June 2013 09: 13
      +4
      Yeah, I don’t understand just one thing - why should we attack them?
      1. Constantine
        Constantine 19 June 2013 09: 27
        +3
        The people, simple, have long realized in what anus of Lithuania now and in what chocolate it was before. Many ordinary Lithuanians are oriented toward Russia, except for nationalists and those who have been brainwashed.

        A living example of the latter. When I was still living there, I had a classmate. Like everything at school, he was Russian, studied well, etc. Respected Russian history. Then I entered the Faculty of History at VU (Vilnius University), after which I had to stop any contact with him. He began to carry such nonsense about the occupation, the Red Army almost equated the troops of the Wehrmacht, and, because it was in the hot winter of 2011-2012, crossed the bar in assessing what is happening here and my homeland as a whole. So, for 5 years, he was questioned beyond recognition.
        1. Wedmak
          Wedmak 19 June 2013 09: 48
          +3
          The people, simple, have long realized in what anus of Lithuania now and in what chocolate it was before. Many ordinary Lithuanians are oriented toward Russia, except for nationalists and those who have been brainwashed.

          I am not talking about ordinary people; whoever is adequate there remains, he understands the situation. But as for the militants ... I have not decided yet to cry, or to laugh.
          1. Constantine
            Constantine 19 June 2013 09: 51
            +1
            There is the same problem as in Latvia. The higher ranks approve "there", which leads to a closed system. While it is closed, it will be very difficult to change anything at the helm. There were attempts, first in Riga, and then in Vilnius, but internal troops were brought in and all this was quickly stopped.
          2. Airman
            Airman 19 June 2013 10: 24
            +5
            Quote: Wedmak
            The people, simple, have long realized in what anus of Lithuania now and in what chocolate it was before. Many ordinary Lithuanians are oriented toward Russia, except for nationalists and those who have been brainwashed.

            I am not talking about ordinary people; whoever is adequate there remains, he understands the situation. But as for the militants ... I have not decided yet to cry, or to laugh.


            I like the efforts of all the Balts to make themselves meaningful. There are 4600 active reservists in the ground forces, which is 6 regiments, 36 battalions. Thus, there are 120 people in the battalion. yes call these 120 people at least a division, it’s still ROTA. And do not inflate like a soap bubble - you can burst.
        2. dark_65
          dark_65 19 June 2013 13: 34
          +1
          I would have invited him to visit, would have drunk with him, and showed all the horror of a sudden attack, or, in short, I would simply have died ... al, according to a classmate, as in old times.
        3. smile
          smile 19 June 2013 14: 07
          +1
          Constantine
          Greetings to my colleague, all my relatives stayed in Klaipeda. I confirm every word, it is precisely such Russians, if I may say so, that sometimes they become greater Baltic nationalists than the natives. It is disgusting, but there are too many of them, and they shout too loudly that Russians are good there, they just are lazy and do not want to learn the language by their natural stupidity ....
          By the way, you must admit that even those labasses that are oriented to Russia still have a strong mythology in their head about occupation, deportation, etc., they are just. like decent people, they don’t bother with this.
          1. Constantine
            Constantine 19 June 2013 14: 29
            +2
            There is a dense bombardment of consciousness. I will not say that everything, because Vilnius has its own specifics) Due to the proximity to the Belarusian border and the large number of Poles, who are overwhelmingly Russian-speaking, Vilnius can be called Lithuanian only insofar as) But still, there are even Russian skinheads who shout "Lithuania for Lithuanians", but communicate with each other in our way :)
            1. smile
              smile 19 June 2013 15: 25
              +1
              Constantine
              I agree. By the way, my granny's dad and two of his brothers were Polish legionnaires and received land near Vilna after his capture by Comrade Zheligovsky ...
              Several years ago, in Klaipeda, they called me to a festival arranged for my grandmother’s arrival, my neighbors spent time in the sandbox ... we drink vodka, tryndim in Russian, although Lithuanian is not a problem for me ... and a little man comes along Lithuanian seems - Tsibkevichus Vasilyaus .... I was stunned ... I say - Vasenka, are you this? Since when did Tsybko Vasily Yegorovich fall into a labasis? ... It was my former physical education teacher - an ardent Lithuanian patriot and denouncer of Russian invaders ... miracles, in general ...
      2. smile
        smile 19 June 2013 13: 57
        +1
        Wedmak
        Well, how dull you are ... don't you know that the seizure of Lithuania is the eternal dream of wild "ruskes"? Yes, it is Lithuania that is the outpost of the Western world and stands in the way of its enslavement! ... but why, why ... every decent European knows - because we have such a nature, here! :)))
      3. Alikovo
        Alikovo 19 June 2013 15: 21
        0
        I agree who they need.
    3. Semen Semyonitch
      Semen Semyonitch 19 June 2013 10: 06
      +1
      [quote = Nevsky] [quote] In the event of an attack by Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach, but provided that air support is provided from the first day of fighting. [/ quote]

      But on condition ..... that the men who sizzled from neighboring Belarus will attack, to the teeth armed with stake from the local picket, who did not share the girls with dances with the Babus Labus laughing
    4. Airman
      Airman 19 June 2013 10: 57
      +1
      Quote: Nevsky
      In the event of an attack from Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach, but subject to the provision of air support from the first day of fighting.


      But provided ....., and also ...., and with support ...., and with support ...., maybe it will work out .... partially reflect and hold .... 1-2 regional center to .... and for ..... days, hours ....., while ..... to counterattack on the front .... with a possible .... and again with a possible prospect of crowding out the adversary to the border of the state ... neighboring regional center ... wassat laughing


      What is aviation support? In Šauliai, 4 NATO fighters are based on a removable basis, in my opinion they change every 2 months: there were Germans, Turks, Belgians, Americans, etc.
      1. smel
        smel 19 June 2013 13: 52
        0
        What can I say? The review seems to be complete ... But the author does not raise his hand to give an assessment. Good luck to them in the defense of their country !!!
  2. Trapperxnumx
    Trapperxnumx 19 June 2013 08: 55
    +2
    They lead their history from the Lithuanian army - the army of the Republic of Lithuania 1918-1940 years.

    They swelled. It was necessary to start the countdown from the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. And to introduce the Order of Jagaila, for greater historical significance. Well, at the same time, re-equip everyone with swords and spears - so costs can be reduced, because you do not need to spend money on cartridges. And their troops will still not protect them from the Russian Army, either in their current form or in their "knightly" form, so why spend more?
    1. Constantine
      Constantine 19 June 2013 09: 28
      +2
      Ahahah)) 5+) By the way, the presidential palace in Vilnius, when I was there the last time, was guarded by decorative guards, with a slant under the ON. )
  3. pensioner
    pensioner 19 June 2013 08: 57
    11
    Why didn’t I find the tank ... Again they rented it out, people? poor fellow ... how is he for ... las probably in 3 countries to dangle! Nothing bro! I waited more, you will see your brothers. They will come from the East ...
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 04: 28
      0
      The tank is in their ambush. Do not give out military secrets, but if someone knows the place of the ambush, don’t tell anyone this is already state secrets.
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  5. Dart weyder
    Dart weyder 19 June 2013 08: 58
    +5
    In short, and so it is clear - it does not have an army ..... there is a "semblance" of the National Guard - the funny thing is that with such a ridiculous number of armed forces, they still yap loudly about the war ... okay, with someone of their size - otherwise no - Russia, Belarus - for a start, they compared them on the map with their sizes .....!? Now, if (rather, it would be) the EU and NATO in its wake (I am more than sure - if the EU collapses, they will all quarrel and quarrel there) - NATA will fall apart) - how funny these dwarf formations will discuss the war with their eastern neighbors, and will start to apologize for the old attacks - probably will have to repress the leadership, so that they don't look so chsoshniks - they say it's all of them and not us !?
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 19 June 2013 14: 11
      0
      Quote: Dart Weyder
      Now, if (more likely) the EU and then NATO (more than sure - if the EU break up, they all quarrel and quarrel) - NAT will fall apart too)

      Of all the NATO and the EU, unless Poland, well, maybe Romania, maybe, everything can be ...
    2. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 04: 30
      0
      And to repress on the next street?
  6. Imperial
    Imperial 19 June 2013 09: 00
    +8
    Small bug, but smelly.
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 04: 31
      0
      I wanted to put a few pluses, but it does not work +++++++++++++++.
  7. Grigorich 1962
    Grigorich 1962 19 June 2013 09: 02
    10
    the last paragraph of the article really surprised me. For a week they will defend themselves against Russian troops. it's funny. On the first day, all military facilities will be destroyed. The Lithuanian army will be paralyzed .... and heaps will begin to surrender. And NATO? ... no NATO will not substitute its head and ass for Lithuanians or Estonians ..... for any such trash .... their lives are more precious to them.
    1. igordok
      igordok 19 June 2013 19: 57
      +1
      They put themselves above the Swedes and Finns. The Scandinavians take less time for themselves.
  8. Constantine
    Constantine 19 June 2013 09: 13
    11
    Well here, of course, they bent) Gelezinis Vilkas, like the contract army as a whole, is half dead. pennies are paid there, however, as in all of Lithuania. Of my personal friends and acquaintances, one, who had recaptured in Iraq, left to work in Western Europe, and the second resigned from service and left for private security, for obvious reasons.

    Particularly interesting is the fact that, for example, the Air Force General has approximately the same number of medals, judging by the bars, as ours did in Chechnya, but it’s not entirely clear what operations the Lithuanian Air Force participated in so actively. And then, if the Lithuanian Air Force is so good, then why did the Luftwaffe planes take off from the base in Šiauliai, and now the French Air Force, and not the Lithuanians, like at least the co-pilots. :)

    I don’t argue in Afghanistan, the Lithuanians hold on with dignity, but why this is necessary is also not entirely clear, except that they pay soldiers for the time that they are fighting in the ISAF quite well, even by European standards. I don’t know how it is now, but at the time of the Iraq war, for half a year the fighter received the rank and, as far as I remember, 15k euros, which at that time was not bad at all.

    In the end I will share the video of the military parade of the Latvian Armed Forces (laughed for a very long time):


    And also a video on how Lithuanian fighters work out an assault on a building (laughed even longer):
    1. piter-tank
      piter-tank 19 June 2013 10: 51
      +7
      I join your fun !!! The commentator’s extreme phrase about the tank leased to Estonians especially smiled. laughing
      In general, the "power" of the Latvian Armed Forces is impressive: inflatable boats, some kind of cranes, ATVs, snowmobiles ... And the pickups with mortars in the bodies - weren't they rented from the Libyan rebels?
    2. domokl
      domokl 19 June 2013 11: 12
      +3
      But this one, really help NATO? laughing
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 19 June 2013 11: 47
        +2
        Quote: domokl
        But this one, really help NATO?


        in-in! The elder brother showed as necessary. And then they would masturbate before the carrot jam ...
    3. serjant4
      serjant4 19 June 2013 11: 20
      +2
      From 1:56, our officers got into the frame, judging by the faces - they barely held back so as not to neigh))))
    4. Nasty
      Nasty 19 June 2013 11: 29
      +1
      And there, behind the hearse, did you go right away?
    5. sergey72
      sergey72 19 June 2013 13: 15
      +1
      Thank! I haven’t neigh for a long time !! Especially this one with a sledgehammer ...
    6. PSih2097
      PSih2097 19 June 2013 14: 17
      0
      And also a video on how Lithuanian fighters work out an assault on a building (laughed even longer):

      Now imagine that there was an armed seizure, how much did he pound with a sledgehammer? and in response, it’s the turn from the DShK, although there is enough AKM there, a fence from a professional sheet ... laughing
    7. Orthodox warrior
      Orthodox warrior 19 June 2013 15: 25
      0
      Constantine
      thank you for the video! Scream! In our suburbs, the parade will be more magnificent. They have no technique, everything powerful is just super! They have no power! Already trembling already from fear! ..
    8. mcvdvlad
      mcvdvlad 19 June 2013 16: 13
      0
      ATP, laughed for about 20 minutes, still no, no yes breaks))))
      I wonder what kind of powerful trucks were ??? The oars must have been transported for the fleet
    9. Avenger711
      Avenger711 19 June 2013 17: 45
      0
      Well, you can’t do this, someone can die of laughter. laughing
    10. Zlodeey
      Zlodeey 19 June 2013 18: 04
      +1
      Latvia will attack Russia
  9. Pacifist
    Pacifist 19 June 2013 09: 23
    +4
    I wonder what kind of stuffed animal in the picture with the glasses dressed upside down? laughing are they being taught that way ?!
  10. cartridge
    cartridge 19 June 2013 09: 26
    20
    In the event of an attack by Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week


    What are you stunned with this week, comrades of the Baltic states!
    Finland is ready to fall in a week.
    Sweden also says that the week against the Russians is its military maximum.
    Now Lithuania is there too.
    Well, what are we supposed to explode during these seven days? laughing
    1. Pacifist
      Pacifist 19 June 2013 11: 09
      +3
      Offset good heartily torn away from your comment laughing
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 19 June 2013 11: 49
        +3
        Yes! The cartridge is great pinned !!! Again does not end ....
    2. domokl
      domokl 19 June 2013 11: 17
      +3
      Fu, what are you lol It’s just that the author of the article didn’t reveal a terrible secret - there are tank troops. Two tanks are standing and one more was leased out. And the fleet is more powerful in some places than in the Russian Federation ... We don’t show rubber boats in parades. And there are jet skis. ..The same laughing
      A week will take the Russian army to catch the enemy in the woods laughing
      1. feanor
        feanor 19 June 2013 12: 11
        +3
        Yes, no, they’ll just be looking for their army for a week.
        1. Wedmak
          Wedmak 19 June 2013 16: 17
          +1
          And when they find it, they will catch up with another week.
  11. Alex45
    Alex45 19 June 2013 09: 29
    10
    Almost all Lithuanian officers of the 29 corps were arrested on the eve of World War II. With the outbreak of war, out of 16 of thousands of Lithuanians serving in the corps, 14 of thousands either deserted or with weapons in their hands, having killed the commanders and commissars of non-Lithuanians, they rose uprising against the Soviet regime.


    Something modestly kept silent about the "exploits" of the "great Lithuanian wars" during the Second World War. But the information that the author of the article probably "forgot" to include in his text.
    On June 24, German troops entered Kaunas captured by Lithuanian rebels and Vilnius.


    On the same day, Lithuanian rebels, led by a member of the Lithuanian Activist Front, journalist Algirdas Klimaitis, staged a three-day Jewish pogrom in Kaunas, killing 4000 people.


    During the period of German occupation 1941 - 1944 years. in Lithuania more than 370 000 local residents (including 220 000 Jews) and 229 000 Soviet prisoners of war died; about 160 000 people were taken to work in Germany.

    Stankeras P. Lithuanian police battalions 1941 - 1945 M., 2009.

    Auto RU.
    You don’t need to make idiots out of Russian people on this site and try to push through your vision of history.
    1. Constantine
      Constantine 19 June 2013 09: 35
      +2
      It is rather a relay by the author accepted by the Lithuanians and written by someone who knows the story for them.
    2. Papakiko
      Papakiko 19 June 2013 09: 56
      +1
      Quote: Alex45
      On the same day, Lithuanian rebels, led by a member of the Lithuanian Activist Front, journalist Algirdas Klimaitis, staged a three-day Jewish pogrom in Kaunas, killing 4000 people.

      Oh, again, the Jews were soaked.
      And there were no other nationalities?
      Or did the Jews only serve in the RED ARMY and were they also engaged in the "occupation" of the Baltic states?
      Then we are all Jews and Kalokost with victims not up to 6000 but up to 000 people. hi
  12. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 19 June 2013 09: 33
    +4
    The first to attack Lithuania is most likely NATO itself.
    The second option, Martians.
    Third ..... Greenlanders, sail on polar bears and raskhrenachat all over Finland itself))
    Another nonsense !!!
    One single conclusion can be drawn from this news: In Afghanistan, the next consumer base has increased, has added.
  13. pa_nik
    pa_nik 19 June 2013 09: 35
    +1
    I would recommend not to relax "smaller brothers" bully If anything - not a single NATA will help wassat They wouldn’t have woken up famously ... hi
  14. kosmos84
    kosmos84 19 June 2013 09: 37
    +2
    Quote: Strezhevchanin
    The first one to attack Lithuania is most likely NATO itself. The second option, Martians. Third ..... Greenlanders will sail on polar bears and raskhrenachat all over Finland itself)) Another nonsense !!!

    laughing good good
  15. pensioner
    pensioner 19 June 2013 09: 45
    +6
    ... And so on the map they’ll take up a place in vain, but still there ... You read the translated press of theirs: e-mine !! What they just do not care: the problems of the Caspian Sea, and the Arctic and the hadron collider ... We would sit, read Murzilka and breathe evenly. Poor tank ...
  16. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 19 June 2013 09: 46
    +6
    It is dangerous to invade Lithuania! It is impossible to use GPS and GLONAS - large positioning errors and you can get to another country! And paper cards of the scale of 1: 1 are not issued by Us.
  17. agbykov
    agbykov 19 June 2013 09: 53
    +2
    Even setting the task of repelling the Russian attack for the Lithuanian army is already insane.
  18. Bern
    Bern 19 June 2013 09: 56
    +3
    Well, yes, well, yes ... With such an army, as if they would not trample on us!
  19. Vtel
    Vtel 19 June 2013 09: 59
    +2
    The basis of the ground forces is only one infantry brigade. In the event of an attack by Russia, it is assumed that the Lithuanian army will be able to defend successfully for at least a week, before reinforcements from other countries of the North Atlantic Alliance approach,

    And as a maximum of 2 days, while the NATO members have time to escape from the entoy country. Russians do not like to joke - "What will Comrade Zhukov tell us?"
  20. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 19 June 2013 10: 00
    +3
    Why can't the Balts sit still, what else do they need? Independence as much as you want, freedom, game parades, SS marches, torchlight processions, nobody touches them, they send cannon fodder to the Americans, just heaven on earth. how cool and brutal is the Lithuanian army. What week can I hold out? Now I’m sure they will last 7 years 10 months 23 days 18 minutes and 36 seconds.
  21. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 19 June 2013 10: 06
    +1
    But who needs this Latvia, including Latvians. They still do not have brains if they think that Russia is going to attack them. And they too bent over the timing of the defense, if such an invasion had taken place, then everything would have been measured in hours, not weeks or even days.
  22. Natalia
    Natalia 19 June 2013 10: 08
    +1
    Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia all of them naturally cannot oppose anything to Russia. Their security naturally depends heavily on NATO, I mean purely hypothetical. There can be no talk of resistance weeks there, and even without the use of nuclear weapons, the army of the Baltic states will be defeated as quickly as the army of Saakashvili. (Again, purely hypothetical) not ktozh is not going to attack them ... just stink nor need, they say the Russian invaders, veterans should not be oppressed ..... well .... all that.)
    1. GP
      GP 19 June 2013 11: 45
      +1
      Quote: Natalia
      Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia all of them naturally cannot oppose anything to Russia. Their security naturally depends heavily on NATO, I mean purely hypothetical. There can be no talk of resistance weeks there, and even without the use of nuclear weapons, the army of the Baltic states will be defeated as quickly as the army of Saakashvili. (Again, purely hypothetical) not ktozh is not going to attack them ... just stink nor need, they say the Russian invaders, veterans should not be oppressed ..... well .... all that.)


      The Georgian army is many times stronger and more prepared than the three Baltic republics combined even now, and until 888 it’s completely a sin to compare, the Baltic states did not lie nearby. It’s not difficult to calculate - a day for everything about everything.
    2. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 05: 02
      0
      They themselves surrender to breaking them is not necessary. The war will pass by the army.
  23. Zhzhuk
    Zhzhuk 19 June 2013 10: 16
    +1
    FROM the article - "Every year the age of 18, from which military service can begin, reach 20 men"

    According to the info for 2012, 19 babies were born in Latvia. Probably 897 thousand this, along with beautiful Latvians lol
    http://bnn-news.ru/v-etom-godu-v-latvii-rodilos-4710-detey-88105
    1. smile
      smile 19 June 2013 14: 32
      0
      Zhzhuk
      Note. the article is about Lithuania, and there are more of them than Latvians .... by the way, the population of Lithuania decreased by 27 percent during the post-Soviet period, + 500-600 thousand migrant workers ... thrive, in short :))))
      1. sasha.28blaga
        sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 05: 05
        0
        Sorry, but I still can’t remember. Riga is the capital of Latvia or Lithuania, I heard that there or there the population of 2500000 people. in the country.
  24. tarks
    tarks 19 June 2013 10: 21
    0
    This area is interesting exclusively from the point of view of the location of the "trenches".
    What kind of peace and safety is there for the personnel serving the "trenches"?
  25. Semen Semyonitch
    Semen Semyonitch 19 June 2013 10: 24
    +1
    [quote = Constantine] Well then of course they bent) Gelezinis Vilkas, ... 15k euros, which at that time was not bad at all.
    15k euros at any time is not bad laughing This is approximately 600 TR Not a typo?
    1. Constantine
      Constantine 19 June 2013 10: 52
      0
      No) not a typo =)
  26. pensioner
    pensioner 19 June 2013 10: 30
    +1
    Why are we silent ourselves? It is necessary to develop a broad discussion in the press on the topic: "In how many hours will we defeat the Lithuanian army?" To involve the military, analysts, Zhirinovsky, etc. Expand and ... listen to screams from there. I think it will be funny ...
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 19 June 2013 10: 40
      +2
      It will be too fat trolling. Then get them out of the rubble of bricks ...
    2. sergey72
      sergey72 19 June 2013 13: 20
      +1
      No way! They go nuts and so crowded, parades suit!
    3. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 05: 06
      0
      The pensioner is burning.
  27. Airman
    Airman 19 June 2013 10: 33
    +2
    The article is clearly custom-made. A historical excursion is over, such as the Red Army was beaten in 19, and now it is controversial. All this is self-deception, and they understand it well.
    1. Avenger711
      Avenger711 19 June 2013 14: 53
      0
      And look at the name of the author. Its time in the Gulag for a long time.
  28. krez-74
    krez-74 19 June 2013 10: 53
    +4
    The position of such countries as the Baltic states reminds me: "if they caught up with us, we would pile on them"
  29. pensioner
    pensioner 19 June 2013 11: 50
    +1
    Quote: domokl
    A week will take the Russian army to catch the enemy in the woods

    and a couple of hours to give out to everyone penduli.
  30. ocvbc
    ocvbc 19 June 2013 11: 53
    -1
    The people in the network leaked the entire database about us all! Now you can watch any information about everyone who interests you! Use until you close! Here's the link - clck.ru/8hBBA
  31. Evgenx
    Evgenx 19 June 2013 11: 59
    +2
    Thanks for the videos. Constantine, laughed for a long time and from the heart !!!!
  32. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 19 June 2013 12: 25
    +3
    Dear senior citizen! You didn’t make out the tank because it doesn’t fit entirely in the territory of one country and therefore is evenly distributed across the FSE of the Baltic states, and you bought its chipper.
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 19 June 2013 13: 06
      0
      Not a damn thing, what quantities they have to operate: 0,000000000000000000000000000000001 tanks per hectare! the calculus is infinitely small !!
      1. krez-74
        krez-74 19 June 2013 15: 44
        0
        Invisible tank ...
        1. Constantine
          Constantine 19 June 2013 20: 07
          +1
          I recalled another joke.
          "The Kama Sutra was translated into the local language in Latvia. The translation was not bad, but for some reason again about the occupation." wassat
  33. Dimy4
    Dimy4 19 June 2013 12: 27
    +2
    The terrible armada of penguins from the Arctic intends to establish their bloody and oppressive regime in a small but proud Latvia. am crying laughing
    So, and you say no one to attack.
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 19 June 2013 12: 32
      +3
      Quote: Dimy4
      armada of penguins from the Arctic
      This is a classic)))
    2. pensioner
      pensioner 19 June 2013 13: 07
      +1
      And this we still do not take into account the evil gophers and locusts ...
  34. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 19 June 2013 12: 30
    +3
    There is also a little material to see about the Baltic states, not in the eyebrow but in the eye.
  35. Avenger711
    Avenger711 19 June 2013 14: 23
    +1
    Let's translate the headline: Lithuania is not a sovereign state and is completely subordinate to the NATO bloc.

    Its strength by the end of summer reached eight thousand. The Lithuanians had to fight against the Red Army, which invaded Lithuania from the east. On January 5, 1919, Soviet troops occupied Vilnius, and on January 15 - Šiauliai. Lithuanian troops with the help of the German Volunteer Corps (10 thousand people)


    Yeah, the Polish army took Berlin, and the Soviet helped.

    took Vilnius, which in 1923 was annexed to Poland.


    And only the "Soviet occupiers" returned the city.

    Almost all Lithuanian officers of the 29 corps were arrested on the eve of World War II. With the outbreak of war, out of 16 of thousands of Lithuanians serving in the corps, 14 of thousands either deserted or with weapons in their hands, having killed the commanders and commissars of non-Lithuanians, they rose uprising against the Soviet regime.


    So was the Soviet scum wrong that arrested the identified scum? The only pity is that not all.

    236 Lithuanian troops are in Afghanistan


    But the army cannot protect its country.

    On the whole, the Lithuanian army is not inferior in combat effectiveness to the armies of other East European countries - NATO members


    That is, their combat effectiveness is also zero. Or even negative.
    1. smile
      smile 19 June 2013 14: 41
      +3
      Avenger711
      A week before the war, our bloody geyun started deporting the unreliable ... all in all, about 14 thousand were deported from Lithuania (if the liberals read, I repeat, deported and not shot) ... according to modern estimates of German historians, they lost a significant part of their agents (more than 0 thousand !!!!!) and the action of the sleeping sabotage groups was disorganized .... yes this is a feat of our enkavedeshniks, can you imagine how many lives they saved? ... and without a single corpse from these ... who then went to the punishers in orderly rows .
      1. Avenger711
        Avenger711 19 June 2013 15: 05
        +1
        I know, but B. Sokolov is so stupid in his anti-Sovietism that he does not notice the obvious. He had already entrusted himself with up to 27 million dead Soviet soldiers in the war, and he had long been believed to have bad faith.
  36. Naval
    Naval 19 June 2013 15: 00
    +2
    I read the article and recalled an old joke: In the general headquarters of one country, for political correctness, we won’t name which one, a meeting is being held to develop an attack plan on a neighboring country, the NS is asking what the commander of the armored forces will tell us, will the tanks support us in the attack? He replies, unfortunately not, on one the engine was knocking, on the second we have been waiting for spare nozzles since the fall. NS then asks, well, at least aviation will support us? The Air Force Commander replied with a sigh, if the pilot had recovered by then, you can count on us.
  37. mch1950
    mch1950 19 June 2013 15: 14
    0
    In the event of a real conflict, no one, even you, will not turn up, because understand that they will immediately come to an end, a specific physical.
  38. Marek Rozny
    Marek Rozny 19 June 2013 15: 47
    +5
    For me, it was the opening and breaking of the template when it dawned on me that steppe Kazakhstan has more naval forces than the three Baltic countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia) combined. Of course, we have the Caspian Sea, but anyway ... it’s somehow unusual to realize that there are more steppe sailors than sailors in the Baltic countries. And it’s absolutely inconvenient to speak, but we are going to almost double the composition of the Navy. At this pace, Kazakhs will soon teach the Baltic states maritime business. laughing
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 20 June 2013 05: 11
      0
      Kazakhs, can you attack Latvia from the sea?
      1. Marek Rozny
        Marek Rozny 20 June 2013 10: 28
        0
        I don’t know whether we’ll attack from the sea or from outer space, but in my family two military men were already in Latvia - my grandfather in 1944 and my father served in Riga)))
        In general, why the hell did they conquer them? Let them live, develop. God grant that they live well. They want to join the Eurasian Union - well, no - the loss is small.
        It’s foolish to pay attention to the political tantrums of the Baltic countries. Let them chat. At one time, Armenia was also foolish about Kazakhstan (because of the pro-Azerbaijani position on Karabakh), the Kazakhs did not pay attention (although unofficially made it clear that we could easily convince our friends - Iran and Georgia - to close the border tightly.) friendship, investments, joint projects with Kazakhs are much more important than with Armenians.
        In short, do not pay the cries of the Baltic politicians.
  39. Vasilenko Vladimir
    Vasilenko Vladimir 19 June 2013 17: 15
    +1
    is it a crisis of the genre or it was necessary to fill in an empty place, the article is generally about what and for what?
  40. vitas
    vitas 19 June 2013 19: 03
    +1
    Only with the help of US forces can the NATO army be calm for the security of its territory.
  41. andrei332809
    andrei332809 19 June 2013 19: 09
    +1
    Well, the neighbors didn’t let you get bored. that no news from them is so much fun. is it interesting, but the Westerners themselves take them seriously?
  42. mark021105
    mark021105 19 June 2013 19: 20
    0
    JAPACSTAL !!! laughing crying laughing
  43. crambol
    crambol 19 June 2013 21: 52
    0
    Colleagues! And someone's "canned food" are these fighters so strange? Not upside down?
  44. Legioner333
    Legioner333 19 June 2013 21: 58
    0
    they like it more!
  45. matross
    matross 19 June 2013 22: 40
    -1
    Lithuania sucks! Balts - brakes! Go Russia! Zenit is a champion!
    1. matross
      matross 19 June 2013 23: 27
      0
      Oh, sorry, friends! Today I was at my friend's birthday! So "at the bottom" is my state! I congratulate milestones on the coming summer !! And Zenith is still a CHAMPION !! Ole = ole-ole-ole ...
  46. andrey777
    andrey777 19 June 2013 23: 11
    0
    Like a pug barking at an elephant angry
  47. Marconi41
    Marconi41 20 June 2013 02: 55
    +1
    Of course, without NATO, their army will not last a day. But the Baltic states (so fond of tussing over the feet of the owner of NATO) should read history books. At one time, Poland also relied heavily on England and France, and on this occasion pulled Hitler's mustache. How it ended for Poland - everyone remembers. So what a big mess happened and I don’t think that NATO would want to leave nuclear missiles with Russia because of some Baltic ...
  48. Fedych
    Fedych 20 June 2013 05: 18
    -3
    How much swagger and outright moronity from representatives of a great nation and a huge and powerful country. Yes, the Balts are both poor and small, and so on! - but they live, with all their poverty, no worse than the average Russian. And I’m sure that if they agree with the Kremlin, then, again, they will live like they lived better than the Russian Russians — because the Kremlin always didn’t spit and spit on its own, like the average Russian on its successful or unsuccessful neighbor. That fans are empty-headed from sports, then Russians are from the post of swaggering Bolshevism. You don’t need americons there either! - as in 17, pass the Bolsheviks themselves without any convolutions, and even claim to them. However! - the mosquito, gathered smile
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 20 June 2013 08: 57
      +1
      Yes, calm down, they say we don’t need Lithuania in FIGs, and you too, which is why you are so divided. unclear