"What good for the goose is good for the gander" aka "tit for tat." NATO moves its missiles toward Russia "to protect from Iran," and then Russia moves its missile into Kaliningrad in the heart of central Europe. NATO is incensed that Russia is acting aggressively. This would be uproariously funny if it were not so deadly serious.
The Russian Defense Ministry's spokesman Igor Konashenkov confirmed the reports, saying that Moscow made no secret of sending the missile systems to Kaliningrad as their movement within the country was a standard army practice.
NATO Ministers to Discuss Russian Iskander-M Missiles Deployment in Kalinigrad