NATO Slams Donald Trump, says he is putting both American and European soldiers at increased risk
Stoltenberg issued a stern warning to global leaders following Trump's rally speech, expressing apprehension about the repercussions for NATO. Trump's criticism targeted certain NATO members allegedly failing to meet defense spending goals set by the organization.
Russia Warns of 'Tragic Consequences for Europe' Amid NATO's Steadfast Defender Drills
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Zakharova expressed her concerns, stating, "For several months, 90,000 forces from 31 NATO member countries, along with Sweden, will be actively engaged near Russian borders, spanning from Norway to Romania."
NATO Set for Largest Military Drills in Decades to Enhance Collective Defense
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All 31 NATO member countries, along with Sweden, are expected to actively engage in these maneuvers. Cavoli shared this information during a press briefing in Brussels after a two-day NATO Military Chiefs of Defence meeting.
Turkish Parliamentary Committee Greenlights Sweden's NATO Membership Bid
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The committee endorsed the bill pertaining to the approval of Sweden's NATO accession protocol, with votes from the ruling Justice and Development Party, the Nationalist Movement Party, and the main opposition Republican People's Party, as reported by Xinhua news agency.
No reason, no interest to fight with NATO countries: Vladimir Putin
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The Ukraine war has spurred the most profound crisis in Moscow's relations with the West since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. Biden had cautioned last year that a direct clash between NATO and Russia could lead to World War Three.
There is 'no urgency' to ratify Sweden's NATO accession: Hungarian PM
Speaking in Parliament to open the Autumn session, the Hungarian leader said on Monday: "There is no urgency from the government to push for support regarding Sweden's NATO accession, and Sweden's security is not under threat."
Ukraine cannot become NATO member until conflict ends: Stoltenberg
He made the remark during a public lecture at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, Ukrinform reported on Friday.