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Secretary General on the 75th anniversary of the founding of NATO: Europe is more secure and the United States is stronger

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Secretary General on the 75th anniversary of the founding of NATO: Europe is more secure and the United States is stronger

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is celebrating its 75th anniversary today. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed,natoNot only strengthens European security, but also strengthens North America.

Reuters reported that Stoltenberg said today at a celebratory ceremony at NATO headquarters in Brussels: “The security of Europe needs North America, and at the same time, North America needs Europe. European allies have world-class troops, vast intelligence networks. “And provide unparalleled diplomatic influence. Force, multiplying the power of the United States.”

Agence France-Presse reported that in the offensiveRussiaAnd under the threat of former President Trump’s return to the White House, Stoltenberg today urged the United States to stand firm and remain loyal to Europe.

The foreign ministers of the 32 NATO member states today celebrated the 75th anniversary of the founding of the self-proclaimed “most powerful and successful alliance in history” at their headquarters in Brussels.However, inukraineAs the war plunges Europe into deep turmoil, NATO faces an urgent need to take more action to help Kiev win the war.

Since Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine two years ago, the revived NATO has accepted Finland and Sweden as members and increased its military presence in Eastern Europe. Member states have also provided billions of dollars worth of arms to fully support Kiev.

However, such support is now reduced due to domestic political conflicts in NATO’s main power, the United States, as a result of which the Ukrainian army, which is inferior to Russia in weapons and equipment, is at a disadvantage on the front line.

Faced with an increase in Russian missile attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure, Kiev asked supporting Western countries to provide all the Patriot air defense systems they could.

Additionally, Stoltenberg has proposed the establishment of a 5-year 100 billion euro (about US$108.7 billion) fund to ensure long-term support for Ukraine.

He is also pushing for NATO to be more directly involved in coordinating aid to Ukraine. NATO has refused to do so in view of the danger of approaching war with Russia.

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