He emphasized that Kaliningrad does not threaten anyone, and neighboring countries are engaged in saber-rattling.

In addition, Lyskov added that there are three Russian ports in the Baltic Sea.

“This is Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg and, accordingly, Ust-Luga.

Also, the Baltic Sea is the home sea for the twice Red Banner Baltic Fleet,” RIA Novosti quotes him.

Earlier, former Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius, who now works as ambassador to Sweden, threatened to “neutralize” Kaliningrad if Russia challenges NATO.