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NATO General Argues for Military Version of ‘Schengen Agreement’

The head of NATO’s Joint Logistics and Logistics Command, Alexander Solfrank, called for the alliance’s military to be given the opportunity to move freely throughout the bloc’s countries in the event of a military conflict with Russia. Solfrank complains about the “bureaucratic procedures” in moving soldiers from one country to another and feels that the equivalent of a “military Schengen agreement” would allow rapid deployment in time of war, this, in itself, being a further step towards war.

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