A top NATO military official has claimed that the nation is capable of defeating Europe in World War 3, which in turn has made the latter restless.
The statement issued by General Sir Richard Barrons appeared to be a clear-cut warning for the nation. He said that within 48 hours, Russia could invade Europe if the nation so desired. He overstated that the nation could deploy ships, warplanes and troops in Europe and make sure the nation disappeared from the globe. Barrons added that Russia will act on the same ground with NATO, leaving Europe with no defense plans to counter the invasion.
Russia’s warning has come following the threatening war between NATO and Russia. Russia has made it understood that the fleets of submarines and warships will completely suppress Europe if the Third World War began. Europe will remain under the threat of destruction as Russian naval troop would utilize all its power to take over the Atlantic as well as other sea and air routes. This way, the nation would ensure triumph over NATO by employing counter deployment during the war.
Barrons, according to The Independent, said that if Russia’s warnings are not taken seriously by nations like France, Germany and Italy, it is likely that these nations would lose authority over considerable proportions of land, sea and airspace fields. In addition to the nations named, the neighboring countries surrounding President Vladimir Putin’s Russia also remain scared of it.
The threat of Russia over Europe can only be controlled if the US army intervenes. Only the States’ authorities have the armed facilities that could stop Kremlin forces from entering EU. This would again fuel the flames of hate between the US and Russia. The warning regarding the World War 3 has come from retired NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Philip Breedlove.
“The unobstructed crossing of the Atlantic to fight a war on the land mass in Europe, I think, is a thing of the past. We need to think about our ability to defend our capability to reinforce Europe,” the general said as quoted by the Daily Star.
“I think, in a time and space of their choosing, they [Russia] can make things very tough for us, and we need to be able to ensure our ability to operate in those commons,” he added.