Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation launches Black Sea force to counter Russian aggression

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation launches Black Sea force to counter Russian aggression

Ships and airplanes will be deployed in the region. British and Canadian fighters will support the Romanian Air Force, while Italians will help Bulgarian fighters. After all there were such a great deals, so much private capital and state investment in these resorts.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during the 63rd annual session of the NATO PA in Bucharest stated that Ukraine and Georgia "sooner or later" can become member states of NATO, but at present they should focus on reforms.

Speaking at the plenary session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Bucharest, Stoltenberg said the alliance was calling on Russian Federation "to abide by its worldwide commitments".

"Our deployments are a direct response to Russia's aggressive actions in Ukraine", Stoltenberg told the NATO Parliamentary Assembly on Monday morning. "But we need dialogue from a strong position of defence and discouragement", he said, before flying to the Craiova military base in south-eastern Romania.

Worldwide organizations will receive assistance from Romania.

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An analyst at the Polish Casimir Pulaski Foundation, Maciej Kowalski said: "The Aegis Ashore system would add another level of deterrence".

The NATO chief said in his speech that preparations have commenced for the next NATO Summit to be held in Brussels next year, and the Alliance will continue to build on the decisions made in Wales and Warsaw by increasing allied collective defense. "Our goal is peace, not war", the Romanian leader said.

The news comes as Russian Federation winds down its biggest war games in five years, named Zapad (meaning "West"), which showed off its latest weaponry and the country's ability to quickly deploy soldiers on Nato's borders.

He showed that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has taken consistent measures on consolidating its defence and deterrence posture, as well as on developing its role in projecting stability beyond its borders. "(Russia's) lack of transparency when it comes to military exercises", he said.

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