NATO forces hold exercises in the Suwałki corridor in northeastern Poland.

(Reuters)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] In response to the Ukrainian-Russian war and the tension in Eastern Europe, NATO troops held a military exercise in northern Poland on the 25th, which is of great significance to the security of NATO's eastern flank.

According to a Reuters report, the NATO exercise site was selected in the Suwalki Gap in northeast Poland. This is the border between Poland and Lithuania, with a length of only about 65 kilometers. The west is the Russian enclave of Kalinin. Grad (Kaliningrad), on the east side is the land of Belarus.

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Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said that part of the exercise program was formulated based on experience and observations from the Ukrainian-Russian war. "We know what Russia will do."

The Polish Ministry of Defense pointed out that the exercise involved 2,000 soldiers from the army and air force. During the exercise, soldiers from Poland and allied countries crossed the waters in amphibious transport vehicles, while the U.S. military drove Abrams chariots to simulate chasing the enemy.

Polish soldiers during a military exercise.

(Reuters)