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NATO to increase rapid-response forces sevenfold : Stoltenberg

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Monday, June 27, 2022
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NATO to increase rapid-response forces sevenfold : Stoltenberg

 

Dhaka June 27 2022 (RT) :

The military bloc’s chief says the number of high-readiness forces will reach 300,000.

NATO will drastically boost the number of its rapid-response combat forces, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.

“We will transform the NATO response force and increase the number of our high readiness forces to well over 300,000,” Stoltenberg told reporters ahead of the bloc’s summit in Madrid, Spain later this week.

The NATO Response Force (NRF) currently has around 40,000 personnel.

Stoltenberg said the allies will strengthen their air defenses and increase stockpiles of military supplies.

Together, this constitutes the biggest overhaul of our collective deterrence and defense since the Cold War.

NATO leaders will kick off a three-day summit on Tuesday and focus on the collective response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

“I expect it will make clear that allies consider Russia as the most significant and direct threat to our security,” Stoltenberg said.

Many NATO member states imposed sweeping sanctions on Moscow and have supplied Kiev with heavy weapons, including missile systems, combat drones, and armored vehicles.

Russian President Vladimir Putin cited NATO’s eastward expansion and “efforts to gain a military foothold” in Ukraine as reasons for launching the military campaign in late February.

 

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