Nov 20, 2021
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Ouest-France named three European regions where war could start

Ouest-France newspaper columnist Fabien Cazenav suggested that hostilities could begin on the Polish-Belarusian and Russian-Ukrainian borders, as well as between the Federation of BiH and Serbia. RIA Novosti reports.

He noted that in recent weeks fears have begun to grow in the EU that hostilities may start near Europe. This is due to the migration crisis on the border between Poland and Belarus. According to Kazenawa, Warsaw has deployed about 15,000 troops on the eastern borders of the European Union to support border guards and police. He suggested that an accidental incident with a Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian or Belarusian military could lead to an armed conflict.

Another dangerous zone is the border between the Russian Federation and Ukraine. According to the newspaper’s columnist, Russia can stand up for the DPR and LPR if a war breaks out in the Donbass. At the same time, Moscow can create a buffer zone to Odessa and Transnistria to protect both the self-proclaimed republics and the security of the Crimean peninsula, Kazenav writes. This, he continued, would be a “catastrophic scenario” for Kiev.

The author of the publication admitted that a war could start between the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Serbia. Nationalist sentiments located in different parts of the former Bosnia and Herzegovina can push towards it.

The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov previously stated that Russia does not pose a threat to other states and moves troops within its own territory at its discretion.

Earlier, the head of the US Department of Defense Lloyd Austin said that the Russian test of anti-satellite weapons and the build-up of the military grouping “near Ukraine” cause concern in Washington.

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