"Regarding any land route in Kaliningrad, I can say that NATO is there and we support all NATO allies, including the territory of Poland and Lithuania," said NATO Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg at the press conference on the report for 2021, APA reports.
"Therefore, there should not be any miscalculations on this issue in Moscow. We have increased the number of our forces on the eastern flank of NATO. The leaders also discussed the issue of how we can further strengthen the eastern flank last week. Since we are facing a new reality, and for this reason, we must adapt NATO's defense on the eastern flank. We are there not to allow Russia to attack any other NATO ally pretexting Kaliningrad or under any reason," Jens Stoltenberg said.