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U.S. Secretary of State Discusses Russia’s Aggression against Ukraine with NATO Allies


Not so long ago, the United States Secretary of State visited the capital of Belgium to meet with the NATO allies and discuss the situation in the East of Ukraine as well as Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

 

 

 

 
During his speech in Brussels, he reiterated the importance of spending more money on defense in order to let the NATO have all the necessary resources, including financial and other ones. Those resources are also needed to back the NATO missions in Iraq and Syria.
 
All in all, there were 2 major issues on the agenda, which are finding the mentioned recourses for the NATO, fighting the international terrorism led by the ISIS, as well as the ANTO’s concerns in Eastern Europe. Including Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
 
Rex Tillerson’s comments related to Moscow were seen as a strong stance coming from Donald Trump’s administration. At the same time, the Secretary General of the NATO called the ties between the USA and its European allied firm and unshakable.
 
 

 

By the way, this meeting came as a preparatory part for the forthcoming NATO summit scheduled for May 25, 2017. The big news is, Donald Trump himself is going to visit the summit. Everyone in the European political establishment seems to be looking forward to this summit as especially as Donald Trump used to show his discontent with the NATO and call the alliance outdated and inefficient while showing his commitment to making friends with Vladimir Putin.

 

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