Six months after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, efforts to reinforce the Black Sea region have raised questions over why it wasn’t done before.
Moscow has prioritized southeastern Europe, according to Matthew Orr, a Eurasia analyst at risk intelligence company RANE. Its buildup there “shows how much the Russians are concerned about this region, how much they want to have a strong military footprint there — to which NATO has to respond,” he said.
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