Lithuania: more troops needed in Eastern Europe

BRUSSELS – NATO must, of course,” more troops in Eastern Europe, stationing, the Lithuanian president Dalia Grybauskaite. “Until Russia change in behavior,” she said on arrival on the second day of the NATO summit in Brussels. Russia was an important topic at the dinner that the leaders the evening before we had.

In the Baltic country and moments of almost three hundred Dutch soldiers in the framework of a forward NATO’s post under the command of Germany. The netherlands decided recently the commitment to extend to 2020.

In the statement that the NATO countries Wednesday, the assumptions that Russia’s aggressive actions, including the use of violence for political goals, the European and Atlantic security undermine it.

Donald Trump meets his Russian counterpart vladimir Putin Monday in Helsinki. He repeated Thursday that Germany and other wealthy NATO countries are but a fraction of the cost for protection against Russia, and pay their contribution up. “The U.S. pay tens of billions too much for Europe to subsidize.”

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