Asserting that “NATO will defend every inch of land,” Stoltenberg stated that Western military allies had a duty to prevent the war in Ukraine from spreading to other nations.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated on July 1 during the concluding session that if NATO does not remain strong and unified, an unstable world could become more dangerous. NATO summit: Western leaders consider Russia to be a “direct threat” to international security.
Lithuania may soon lift the blockade of Kaliningrad if the EU wants to prevent the escalation of tensions with Russia.
During the three-day summit in Madrid, NATO members sought solutions to the geopolitical unrest caused by power struggles between a small number of superpowers. many dangers ,climate change to cyberattacks. The leaders spoke about a number of pressing topics, including “severe challenges” from China and Russia, but the Ukraine War remained the most pressing issue.
We live in a world that is more perilous and unpredictable, according to Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. We are seeing a bloody battle raging across Europe. We are aware that this war could worsen, though, at the same time.
In order to send a clear message to Russia that “NATO will defend every inch of land,” Western military allies must stop the conflict in Ukraine from spreading to other nations. Stoltenberg declared
Following an agreement to resolve Turkey’s concerns, NATO leaders formally welcomed Finland and Sweden to join the alliance during the summit. If all 30 member nations agree to the accession procedure, NATO will have a new 1,300 kilometre boundary with Russia.