"With the appearance of two small missile ships armed with the Kalibr รองเท้า แฟชั่น ราคา ถูก พร้อม ส่ง cruise missiles the Fleet's potential targeting range will be significantly expanded in the northern European military theater," the source told Interfax. Russia's Defence Ministry, which said earlier this month the two ships were en route to the Mediterranean, did not respond to a request for comment, but NATO and the Swedish military confirmed the two warships had entered the Baltic. "NATO navies are monitoring this activity near our borders," said Dylan White, the alliance's acting spokesman. The Buyan-M class corvettes are armed with nuclear-capable Kalibr cruise missiles, known by เทรน ด์ แฟชั่น the NATO code name Sizzler, which the Russian military says have a range of at least 1,500 km (930 miles). Though variants of the missile are capable of carrying nuclear warheads, the ships are believed to be carrying conventional warheads. "The addition of Kalibr missiles would increase the strike range not just of the Baltic Fleet, but of Russian forces in the Baltic region, fivefold," said Ben Nimmo, a defense analyst at the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab, who has been tracking the ships' progress. "The two small corvettes, with their modern, nuclear-capable missiles, may yet have an impact out of proportion to their size in the Baltic." SWEDEN, POLAND WORRIED Izvestia said Russia's Baltic Fleet would probably receive a further three such small warships armed with the same missiles by the end of 2020. It said the Baltic Fleet's coastal defenses would also be beefed up with the Bastion and Bal land-based missile systems. The Bastion is a mobile defense system armed with two anti-ship missiles with a range of up to 300 km (188 miles). The Bal anti-ship missile has a similar range. Sweden's Defence Minister said his country was worried by the presence of the warships in the Baltic Sea, complaining the move was likely to keep tension in the region high.