#ukraine the biggest Russian military might in Europe is in Transnistria (Moldovia)

"Moldova is asking, ever so delicately, for Russia to withdraw its 1,500 troops and a massive Cold War weapons stockpile from Transnistria, a long sliver of land that ostensibly belongs to Moldova, but has been functionally independent for more than two decades. The fact that it’s just 1,500 soldiers understates the reality of the situation: the far more important part is the weapons stockpile. Transnistria is essentially a massive prepositioned Russian army waiting to be reanimated — presuming, of course, that the Russians can actually find Transnistria.

and we shouldn't forget Kalingrad that is in fact one big Russian military base

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