The alliance has previously deployed four combat groups in the Baltic countries and Poland, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said 756481300833745.jpg” alt=”NATO will send additional forces to Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia” />
NATO leaders approved the deployment of additional battlegroups in Bulgaria, Romania. Hungary and Slovakia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said during a press conference. His speech was broadcast on CNBC.
“NATO leaders approved the deployment of four battle groups in Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia”,— he said.
According to him, battle groups will be sent in addition to the four that the alliance has already deployed in the Baltic countries and Poland. He also noted that a total of 100 thousand American troops are now in Europe.
Responding to a question about the idea of the Polish authorities to send NATO peacekeeping forces to Ukraine, he said that the alliance should support Kiev, but at the same time do everything to avoid a full-fledged conflict between NATO and Russia. The appearance of NATO military in Ukraine could cause such a conflict, Stoltenberg stressed.
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