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A OTAN reflexiona sobre unha postura militar a longo prazo no leste de Europa, di Stoltenberg

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O secretario xeral Jens Stoltenberg, o secretario xeral da OTAN, considera unha postura militar a longo prazo no leste de Europa para reforzar as súas defensas. (Foto) said on Monday (7 February), as tensions remained high over Russia’s military build-up near Ukraine, escriben Robin Emmott e Sabine Siebold.

“We are considering more longer-term adjustments to our posture, our presence in the eastern part of the alliance. No final decision has been made on that but there is a process now going on within NATO”, he told reporters in Brussels.

NATO defence ministers are expected to discuss reinforcements at their next meeting on Feb. 16-17. Western governments have urged Moscow to withdraw troops from Ukraine’s borders, especially if Russia wants to see fewer deployments in eastern NATO allied states.

“If Russia really wants less NATO close to the borders, they get the opposite,” Stoltenberg said at a news conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda, referring to NATO’s response to deploy battlegroups on its eastern territory following Moscow’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014.

Actualmente a OTAN ten tropas rotando dentro e fóra do leste de Europa, unha presenza chamada persistente, pero non permanente.

From the Baltics to the Black Sea, NATO’s troop deployments have been intentionally light, officials say, to try to deter but not provoke any further Russian aggression. Hungary and Slovakia have been mentioned by Western officials as potential hosts for NATO troops, although no decisions have been made.

Ademais das tropas estadounidenses que xa están en Polonia, ao redor de 1,700 membros do servizo estadounidense, principalmente da 82ª División Aerotransportada, están a despregarse esta semana desde Fort Bragg, Carolina do Norte, ao país.

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