NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO leaders at the Madrid summit will discuss the possibility of exporting grain from Ukraine, opening sea routes for this and other measures.
Speaking at a press conference before the alliance’s summit in Madrid, Stoltenberg announced the main points that NATO leaders will discuss at the summit.
NATO will name Russia the most important and direct threat to the security of the alliance at the summit in Madrid.
The coalition will increase its battlegroups in Eastern Europe and increase the strength of the response force from 40,000 to 100,000.
NATO will establish weapons depots on the eastern side and will form a force dedicated to operations in the region.
At the Madrid summit, NATO will adopt a program to support Ukraine, including re-equipping its army with allied weapons.
NATO is concerned about the Russian military presence in the Kaliningrad region.
– The leaders of the NATO countries in Madrid will discuss the possibility of exporting grain from Ukraine and opening sea routes for this.
The NATO summit will be held in Madrid on June 29-30.