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NATO's Stoltenberg Confirms Russia’s Not Threatening Any of Our Members

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg with NATO Military officials. NATO photo

Europe has been assaulted with various claims from Defense Ministers that Russia is an imminent threat, and that European countries must gear up weapons production for a direct confrontation with Russia in, variously, two to five years. Really? After signing major new investments in artillery ammunition production, NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was asked at a press conference today in Brussels about a potential future Russian attack. He stated: “We don’t see any direct or imminent threat against any NATO ally.” However, NATO “closely monitors what Russia does” and has increased its “vigilance and presence in the eastern part of the alliance.”

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