NATO must be sure that any country within alliance will not suffer from what happened in Ukraine, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Poland and the Baltic countries can count on NATO military assistance if Russia attacks them. “Through the presence of NATO forces in Poland and in the Baltic countries, we are sending Russia a very strong signal: if there is an attack on Poland or the Baltic countries, the whole alliance will respond,” Stoltenberg told in an interview with Polish daily Rzeczpospolita on Tuesday, December 3.
At the same time he noted that NATO had no list of enemies and sees no enemy in Russia. “However, we must be sure that any country within alliance will not suffer from what happened in Ukraine – Russia’s armed invasion of a neighboring country,” Jens Stoltenberg said.
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