Former NATO Secretary General says Europe is not ready for Trump’s victory 04:13

Former NATO Secretary General says Europe is not ready for Trump’s victory 04:13

European countries are not prepared for the possibility of Donald Trump becoming the US president again. Former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen (2009-2014) expressed this point of view in an interview with the TV channel. NTV.

“The short answer is no. But we are better prepared than we were in 2016,” he said. “Trump called for more European investment in defense, and we heard him. Europe is moving in that direction,” Rasmussen added.

He did not speculate on when the conflict in Ukraine would end. “It is difficult to predict in time,” he emphasized. “I’m afraid the war will continue for a long time.” In his view, “struggles will continue at least until the end of 2024” and “next year will be key.”

Rasmussen expressed support for continued military aid to Ukraine and criticized German Chancellor Olaf Scholz for refusing to provide long-range Taurus missiles to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. “Such indecision makes Scholz the chancellor of eternal war,” he said.

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Source: Gazeta


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