NATO said that the military threat from Russia is missing.
The head of the NATO military Committee, General Petr Pavel said that while any threat from Russia is missing.
During a speech at a press conference in the headquarters of the Alliance Petr Pavel noted that four additional battalions that NATO plans to deploy in Poland and the Baltic countries at the summit in Warsaw, which will take place on July 8, will perform primarily a political, not military.
“We do not consider the possibility of sending in this region of considerable forces. NATO is not going to create a military barrier against full-scale aggression of Russia, since the issue of this aggression on the agenda and our analysts do not see any alarming signs,” explained the position of NATO Peter Paul.