October 7, 2022


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NATO sends planes and ships to strengthen security in Eastern Europe

NATO nations are stepping up security against Russian military operations on the Ukraine border.

It was announced on Monday (January 24) that NATO countries had deployed troops and sent ships and warplanes to strengthen their defenses in Eastern Europe against Russian military operations on Ukraine’s borders.

NATO will continue to take all necessary measures to protect and defend all allies, including strengthening the eastern part of the alliance. We will always respond to any deterioration in our security environment, including strengthening our collective security.NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg explained.

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France “ready to send troops to Romania”

Denmark is sending a warship to the Baltic Sea and is preparing to send four F-16 fighter jets to Lithuania to support NATO’s long-term air patrol mission.“, Indicates the press release.”NATO sends Spanish ships to join the navy and plans to send fighter jets to Bulgaria“, Adds to the message.

France has announced its readiness to send troops to Romania under a NATO command. The Netherlands has been sending two F-35 fighter jets to Bulgaria since April to support NATO air patrols in the region, and NATO is preparing a fleet and ground units for the response force.“, Details in the press release.”The United States has also made it clear that it plans to increase its military presence in the eastern part of the coalition.»Refers to NATO.

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Since Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea by NATO in 2014, NATO has strengthened its presence in the east, especially with the four international warring groups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.“Reminiscent of NATO.”These units, led by the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and the United States, respectively, are international and war-ready.2, Commitment to the Alliance. ⁇Their presence makes it clear that an attack on the Allies would be considered an attack on the entire alliance“NATO warns that before 2014 there were no NATO forces in the eastern part of the coalition,” the statement said.

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