Steve Gutterman
Reuters
December 16, 2013

Russia has deployed Iskander missiles with a range of hundreds of kilometers in its Baltic Sea exclave of Kaliningrad, which borders NATO members Poland and Lithuania, the pro-Kremlin newspaper Izvestia reported on Monday.

The transport and loading vehicle of a Russian Iskander-M mobile theater ballistic missile system, May 2009 / Wikimedia Commons
The transport and loading vehicle of a Russian Iskander-M mobile theater ballistic missile system, May 2009 / Wikimedia Commons

The missiles have been in place “for some time,” according to Izvestia’s source, a high-level Defence Ministry official it did not name. Another unnamed military source said they were deployed about 18 months ago.

The Izvestia report followed a story in German newspaper Bild on Saturday that said secret satellite imagery showed Iskander-M missiles stationed near the Polish border.

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