The Rail Baltica project is West’s preparation for war with Russia in 2026

Summary

The Billion Euro Rail Baltica Project is West’s way of preparing a war with Russia by 2026. The talk about the normal-gauge railroad’s meaning as a necessary infrastructure project for transportations of goods and passengers is just a pretext. The real object of the railroad is to transport tanks faster to the Russian border. It has never been a secret for us that Rail Baltica – first and foremost is a project on military infrastructure.

 

Disproof

A conspiracy theory without any evidence.

The Rail Baltica Project aims at creating a unified high-speed normal gauge railroad that integrates the railroad networks of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with the networks of the countries to the south of the Baltic Sea. The wide gauge railroad infrastructure, built in the times of the Russian Empire, does not fill the needs of the current flow of goods and passengers.

Further reading

http://www.railbaltica.org/about-rail-baltica/

eng.lsm.lv/article/economy/transport/forecast-36-million-to-55-million-trips-to-be-taken-on-rail-baltica-in-2026.a307686/,

 

 

 

 

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 134
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 28/01/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Latvia, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania
  • Keywords: Conspiracy
  • Outlet: Svobodnaya Presa
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