NATO forces are ready to ensure security of alliance countries in an epidemic

BRUSSELS, (BM) – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Allies’ prompt reaction to the spread of the coronavirus, stating that the Alliance forces are still ready to ensure the security of the Alliance countries, learned

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According to the headquarters of the alliance, the ambassadors of NATO countries discussed the reaction to the outbreak of COVID-19 at the next meeting of the North Atlantic Council.

“They reviewed the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken by NATO and the Allies to curb its spread. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Allies’ quick response to the outbreak and emphasized that our forces are still ready to ensure the security of NATO countries,” the statement said.

Stoltenbreg also emphasized that NATO “has reliable measures and plans to ensure the continuation of the core work of the Alliance.”

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In turn, NATO’s supreme commander in Europe, Tod Walters, emphasized that the Alliance’s ability to “carry out its missions, operations and activities, including air police, sea deployment, NATO’s multinational combat groups in the east of the alliance and operations from Afghanistan to Kosovo, has not been affected “


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