ShareOctober 23, 2019
pic.twitter.com/5T5WJABICk- Russians at NATO (@natomission_ru) 21 October 2019
NATO has launched a tender for the purchase of winter equipment resistant to temperatures up to 40 degrees below zero. It is 78 thousand complete with clothing and equipment for a total of 70 million euros. Last September the general secretary of the Atlantic Alliance Jens Stoltenberg had declared that NATO will increase its presence in the Arctic to counter Russia.
The Russian mission to NATO, in response, published a tweet with the image of German soldiers taken prisoner in Stalingrad, accompanied by the inscription: "Perhaps it is better to buy the history books of World War II, for example, on the battle of Stalingrad? ".