The conclusions were as follows: Russian troops would smash the NATO forces in the Baltic States in no more than three days. From the material:
NATO military personnel, including the Baltic countries, using the support of the American aviation, could not stop the advance of mechanized units of the RF Armed Forces and suffered heavy losses. The United States and other NATO representatives in the Baltic countries do not have enough soldiers and equipment that would be enough to confront the Russian troops.
This conclusion is published on behalf of such representatives. RAND Corporation like Michael Johnson and and David Shlapak.
The material also says that the NATO countries could counterattack Russian forces “advancing across the Baltic territory”, but “this would entail the involvement of the RF armed forces in the conflict zone”.
This is not the first such statement from Western experts, who, in all likelihood, stubbornly lead to NATO increasing its forces in the Baltic countries.