NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance “cannot permanently protect every meter of its critical infrastructure”. Transmits words DEA News.
Stoltenberg noted that NATO is constantly exchanging intelligence information, monitoring the infrastructure situation more carefully and strengthening its presence in the North and Baltic Seas, which means that the alliance is not constantly protecting every meter of its infrastructure.
“We plan to hold more exercises in order to respond quickly if anything happens,” said the NATO Secretary General.
Former Jens Stoltenberg knowledgeableNATO countries signed contracts with the military-industrial complex (MIC) to expand the production of ammunition. According to him, the current level of ammunition production is unsatisfactory.
Before that, Stoltenberg arguedThat NATO countries have increased the production of ammunition for delivery to Ukraine.
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