That’s what they say. So does Latvia and Estonia, three tiny little countries who know how terrible it is to live in a country occupied by Russians. Lithuania enbarked on a project to inform citizens of how they should react in the event of a Russian invasion.
LITHUANIA Produced a 75 Page Booklet: “How To Resist The Russian Bear” ……It’s the third to be published since the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014. It includes information on how to spot Russian tanks, ammunition and mines, and how one can survive in the woods for an extended period of time.
“It is most important that the civilians are aware and have a will to resist – when these elements are strong, an aggressor has difficulties in creating an environment for military invasion,” an excerpt of the manual reads, according to BBC.
Relations between Russia and its Baltic neighbors — Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania — have gone cold and the countries fear they could become the Kremlin’s next target. Lithuania re-introduced conscription in 2015 to better prepare themselves for a for a Russian invasion.