Russia has been working to develop its military fores and capabilities in recent years.
Over the past several months, Moscow appears to have built and fortified more facilities in Kaliningrad, its Baltic Sea exclave.
The work has taken place in the run-up to President Donald Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In the months leading up to the summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump in Finland, Moscow appears to have ramped up activity in its Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad.
Satellite imagery gathered by Planet Labs and reported by Defense One shows activity around bunkers in Baltiysk, a town that hosts a major Russian port and two air bases.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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