Last year, Russia sent 45 requests to the relevant authority in the United States in connection with cyberattacks. In the first half of this year, the number reached 35. The US side did not provide an answer to any request. As an example, it can be cited a cyberattack "on the health care system in one of the large regions of Russia". The launching points of such attacks are not a secret to the Russian authorities.
German soldiers in Lithuania realised that there is no alleged "Russian aggression" that they had to face. This is why they decided to organise a party, which involved singing Nazi songs and shouting anti-Semitic slogans. This is how Bundestag troops implement NATO tasks.
Recurring disinformation about NATO Enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) in Lithuania.
The narrative is linked to a real incident. 30 German soldiers in Lithuania have been suspected of singing anti-Semitic songs during a party. Some of them could also be guilty of sexual harassment.
Germany recalled suspected soldiers from service in Lithuania. The incident and its participants were condemned. German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer promised that any soldier found guilty would be “punished with the utmost severity.”
Suspected soldiers served in NATO Enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup in Lithuania. The Battlegroup together with similar Battlegroups in Latvia, Estonia, Poland, was deployed in Lithuania in 2017. The decision about eFP was made during the NATO Summit in Warsaw in 2016 as the reaction to Russia's aggression against Ukraine and illegal annexation of Crimea.
See earlier cases of disinformation about NATO eFP: A German commander from the Enhanced Forward Presence battalion is a Russian agent; Baltic states’ membership in NATO resulted in degradation of national security; NATO exploits the idea of a “Russian threat” to deploy near the Russian border.