(Note to NATO: update your website press releases. When they do get caught up to this week, the press release will be at this site. *sheesh*)
Let's just say the Russians are upset... specifically one Russian we know and "love": Dmitry Rogozin.
"This is absurd and a provocation," Russia's envoy to NATO, Dmitry Rogozin, told Reuters by telephone. "I have asked the NATO secretary general ... to postpone these exercises or to cancel them."You can ask, big guy, but it will likely go over about as well as your conduct during the Russian Invasion of Georgia (2008) did. Remember that? It involved a quick trip home.