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NATO agrees to further military deployment in Eastern Europe

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NATO agrees to further military deployment in Eastern Europe

Brussels, March 24 (Prensa Latina) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on Thursday decided on extending its presence in Eastern Europe, despite the fact that Russia considers this military deployment as a threat to its national security.
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Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary-General, said on Thursday at a press conference that NATO will send “substantially more troops to the eastern Europe.”

NATO will have more aircraft, air and missile defense systems on this front, as well as a significant number of submarines, aircraft carriers and other battleships, Mr. Stoltenberg stated.

Cyberdefense will be bolstered up and work will be done to guarantee better interoperability, he added.

Mr. Stoltenberg told the media, without submitting any evidence, that Russia could use this weaponry, something emphatically denied by Moscow, which instead has evidence of the military development by the United States in Ukrainian territory.

On Tuesday, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Riabkov said that military biological programs developed by Washington in Ukraine violate international law and are a cause for deep concern.


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