Roscosmos published the coordinates of Western “decision centers” ahead of the alliance summit
The Russian space agency marked the start of a key summit for NATO leaders in Madrid on Tuesday by releasing satellite images and coordinates of Western powers.
While the leaders of the 30 members of the US-led bloc are busy with their deliberations in the Spanish capital, “Roscosmos publishes satellite images of the infamous” decision-making centers “that support Ukrainian nationalists.” said the agency in a post on social media, which includes the photos. “We provide coordinates for the locations. For security reasons.”
The coordinates were the not-so-secret locations of the White House and the Pentagon in the United States, 10 Downing Street in London, the Elysee Palace in Paris, the German Chancellery in Berlin and NATO’s own headquarters in Brussels.
At the NATO summit in Madrid this week, members of the organization will adopt a new strategic concept for the alliance, which is expected to identify Russia as a major security threat and cite China as a concern. The bloc will discuss plans to support Ukraine against Russia, strengthen its member states’ military and expand by accepting Finland and Sweden as new allies.
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Earlier in June, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev told Al Jazeera that Moscow would strike “decision-making centers” about Kyiv used the weapons obtained from the United States to attack Russian territory.
“It’s obvious what these decision – making centers are: the Ministry of Defense, the General Staff and so on.” he added. “But it should be understood that in this case, unfortunately, the ultimate decision-making centers are not even in the territory of Kiev.”