President Vladimir Putin's spokesman on Thursday said that U.S. military assets in Poland are a threat to "our interests and our security."
"It's a third country that is building up its military presence on our borders in Europe," Dmitry Peskov told the BBC on Thursday. "It isn't even a European country."
Peskov's criticism follows President Obama's move to send over 3,000 U.S. soldiers to Poland in an effort to reassure NATO allies who remain concerned about Russia's aggressive behavior in Ukraine.
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