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NATO Advantage Over a Resurgent Russia Has Eroded, Gen. Joseph Dunford Said

MOSCOW, (BM) - Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, admitted that NATO’s military advantage over Russia had eroded in past years, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting the Newsweek magazine and TASS. Read more: The U.S. and NATO Improve Intelligence Sharing to Weaken Russian Influence "Russia is a competitor

The U.S. and NATO Improve Intelligence Sharing to Weaken Russian Influence

WASHINGTON, (BM) - The U.S. should step up its distribution of intelligence with all NATO members to weaken Russian influence attempts and to help unify the alliance, in the event Russia targeted an attack against a NATO ally, a new report says. “Intelligence-sharing could be particularly critical in the early phases of a conflict with Russia,

NATO’s Maritime Exercise, Breeze 2019, is Underway in Bulgaria

VARBA, (BM) - NATO's maritime exercise, Breeze 2019, is underway in Bulgaria, BulgarianMilitary.com reports, quoting Novinite.com. Commodore Josee Kurtz from Canada, in command of the naval exercise, told reporters Wednesday in the port city of Varna that they are in the Black Sea to be with their partners and allies. "Russia also has a

Turkey as a NATO Member is Much More Than S-400, Jens Stoltenberg Said

ASPEN, (BM) - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday sought to downplay the disagreement between Turkey and NATO over Ankara’s decision to purchase a Russian-made missile defense system, insisting that the fracture does not suggest Turkey is turning away from the west and towards Russia, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Defense

UK Hosts the Global Forum of NATO Air Chiefs and Military Commanders

LONDON, (BM) - More than 45 international air chiefs and military commanders from 39 countries and NATO will be among 550 delegates at the largest ever gathering for the Chief of the Air Staff’s Air & Space Power Conference (ASPC 2019) in London on 17-18 July, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, according Royal Air Force statement. Chief of the

The Turkey’s Purchase of S-400 Concerns Only Ankara and Washington, but Not NATO

ANKARA, (BM) - Permanent Representative of Turkey to NATO Basat Ozturk said that the problems related to the Turkey's acquisition of the Russian S-400 air-defence systems were a matter of the bilateral relations between Turkey and the United States, and not with the North Atlantic Alliance, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. “S-400 is not a NATO

NATO Fighter Jets and Helicopters Are Practicing Their Flying Skills in France

MONT-DE-MARSAN (BGM) - More than 1,500 military personnel, 60 fighter jets and 13 helicopters are practicing their flying skills from 13 to 24 May at the 2019 NATO Tiger Meet at the French Air Base at Mont-de-Marsan, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting NATO Allied Air Command. Around 900 sorties are being planned, prepared, conducted and

NATO’s Largest Communications and Information Systems Exercise Has Begun

BUCHAREST (BM) - The NATO’s largest communications and information systems exercise called Steadfast Cobalt 2019 began on Sunday at the Romanian Strategic Communications and Information Technology Center in Otopeni, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting an announcement by the Romanian Ministry of National Defence. Read more: Bulgaria Will Host

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