Moldovan President Igor Dodon said that his country will remain neutral, and will not become a member of NATO, or any other military alliance.
During his visit to Latvia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced the completion of the transfer of the alliance troops to the eastern flank: to the Baltic countries and Poland.
The Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian parliament – RRT) backed Bill #6470, which fixes the foreign policy of Ukraine that sets joining NATO as a priority.
Russia, Iran and terrorism are the main threats in the world, and the U.S. is ready to help its NATO allies in the fight against them, RIA Novosti reports the words of the U.S. Vice-President Michael Pence.
The ceremony of the accession of Montenegro into NATO was held on Monday June 5th, in Washington.
On May 29th NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly (PA) adopted a declaration in which they supported Tbilisi’s desire to become a member of NATO and to integrate into Euro-Atlantic structures.
The Ukrainian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly handed the organization’s vice-president an analytical report on the ties of the Russian Federation with terrorist organizations in the Middle East and Central Asia (in particular, ISIS, Taliban, Hamas, Hezbollah).
NATO believes that blocking Russian internet resources in Ukraine is a matter of security, not freedom of speech.
As reported by RTCG.me, Montenegro will officially become a member of the North Atlantic alliance starting from June 5th, 2017.
The commander of the United States European Command, and Supreme Commander of NATO Allied Command Operations, General Curtis Scaparotti called for supplying lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine.