NATO Trident military exercise is intended to increase pressure on Russia.

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 NATO Trident military exercise is intended to increase pressure on Russia.


Xinhua News Agency reporter Ge Chen Most of NATOs biggest exercise this year will be held in Norway, with some projects in Finland and Iceland. Analysts believe the NATO exercise is aimed at putting pressure on Russia, which is opposite the Baltic Sea. Need to master cold knowledge The exercise is held in late autumn, when Nordic temperatures will drop to freezing point. Therefore, participants need to master some cold knowledge. Norway Winter War school carries out training courses every year, training winter skiing, cold and snow and other skills, and teaching winter terrain assessment, tactics and other military content. Schools also provide training for some of the NATOs military exercises. Knut Khmelvel, the schools winter curriculum director, says NATO is stationed in parts of the Balkans and Poland, which are cold and need cold knowledge. In his view, the challenge of the military exercise was more than cold weather. The terrain of Norway was mostly steep, narrow valley, different from the vast plains of previous military exercises. According to the information released by NATO, the exercise is designed to ensure the training and combat readiness of NATO troops. It is an important test and a display of our collective capabilities. At that time, 30 countries will participate, and 35 thousand people, more than 130 military aircraft, more than 70 warships and more than 10 thousand military vehicles will be deployed. The exercise area is mainly in Norway and surrounding northern the Atlantic and the Baltic Sea area, and will also use the airspace of Finland and Sweden. Strategic shift to the North NATO holds a trident exercise every 3 years, usually reflecting the strategic direction of NATOs attention. NATO has been increasing its military deployment in the Baltic region in recent years, and its intention to compete with Russia is more obvious, and Russia is constantly dissatisfied with the way military exercises are carried out in the region. At present, the relationship between the West and Russia is becoming more and more tense. Spies poison and Tong Russia gate continue to ferment. The US, Britain and France launched military action against the Syria government forces, which promoted the contradiction between the United States and Europe and Russia. In addition, Russian military aircraft appeared repeatedly over the Baltic Sea in recent years, and NATO warplanes were launched to monitor and intercept. Hu Xin, the Institute of strategy and safety of University of International Relations, National University of Defense Technology, said in an interview with Xinhua news agency that the location of the NATO military performance is not only a preview of the future conflict, but also a further strategic reinforcement of the Baltic direction. Hu Xin said that NATO has announced the information half a year before the Trident military exercise, and 3 months earlier than the last Trident military exercise held in 2015. The aim is to fight back to Russia and strengthen psychological oppression. Maintenance of polar strength NATO military exercise north up site selection, but also for the polar region brush presence. NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg, in a speech at Leiden University in Holland, said last month that NATO must be able to maintain a deterrent in the Arctic, need more naval power, and need more F - 35 fighters to increase NATOs sense of existence in the Arctic. Stoltenberg believes that NATO has co - operated with Russia under the framework of the Arctic Council, but in recent years Russia has been more and more active in this area and held several military exercises. At the present stage, NATOs military force in the Arctic is mainly composed of the army of Norway and Denmark, plus Canada, the United States and British army. Although there is no military base, NATO has the ability to send troops and deploy forces to the northern high latitude regions. In 2017, NATO held a military exercise in Norway. At this stage, the Norway government is discussing whether to extend the presence of the US Marines in Norway. In early 2017, the first US army unit entered Norway for the first time to use the climate conditions in Norway to train in the ice, snow and winter environment, which was the first time after World War II the foreign troops were in Norway. In June of the same year, the two countries reached an agreement to extend their stay until the end of 2018. At present, there are about 330 Marines stationed in Norway. Source: Xinhua editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Stoltenberg believes that NATO has co - operated with Russia under the framework of the Arctic Council, but in recent years Russia has been more and more active in this area and held several military exercises. At the present stage, NATOs military force in the Arctic is mainly composed of the army of Norway and Denmark, plus Canada, the United States and British army. Although there is no military base, NATO has the ability to send troops and deploy forces to the northern high latitude regions. In 2017, NATO held a military exercise in Norway. At this stage, the Norway government is discussing whether to extend the presence of the US Marines in Norway. In early 2017, the first US army unit entered Norway for the first time to use the climate conditions in Norway to train in the ice, snow and winter environment, which was the first time after World War II the foreign troops were in Norway. In June of the same year, the two countries reached an agreement to extend their stay until the end of 2018. At present, there are about 330 Marines stationed in Norway.