Russian Military

The vulnerability of some of the U.S.’s most vital shipping lanes should be sounding alarm bells in Washington.

Moscow announced on June 11 that Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega had issued authorization for Russian soldiers, planes and warships to enter Nicaragua for purposes of “humanitarian aid, rescue-and-search missions in emergencies or natural disasters.”

Under Decree 10-2022, Ortega’s regime said Russian troops will also be authorized to enter the nation for “exchange of experiences and training,” and their vessels can “patrol” Nicaragua’s Caribbean and Pacific coasts.

Read more at “Nicaragua Invites Russian Military In”

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