NATO will hold the largest exercise in decades 17:43

US Air Force General Christopher Cavoli, Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces Europe, said that the Alliance will hold particularly large-scale exercises next week. His words guide the way TASS.

The statement was made after the meeting of the NATO Military Committee at the level of chiefs of staff in Brussels. Exercise Steadfast Defender 2024 will last several months and is expected to be “the biggest in decades”.

“The implementation of our defensive plans involves constant exercises,” Cavoli emphasized.

90 thousand NATO soldiers are expected to participate in the exercises.

Before that in NATO in the name Bild material on Russia’s attack plan in the exercise scenario.

According to him, the publication had a scenario that simulated an imaginary situation for the exercise. The NATO representative noted that it was necessary to test military capabilities in a specific area.

Previously Pope Francis statedThat the world is being dragged into war because of the defense industry.

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Source: Gazeta

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