Nato Countries Plan On Ukraine Conflict: NATO member states on Wednesday explored new ways to strengthen the security of their members based in Eastern Europe in the backdrop of Russia’s growing military presence on the Ukrainian border. During the two-day meeting of Defense Ministers at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, it was discussed how to immediately send troops and equipment/equipment near Russia and in the Black Sea region if Russia attacks Ukraine and be delivered.
In this meeting of US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and defense ministers of other countries, what will be the plan and how it will be implemented if conditions arise for the long-term deployment of troops in South-Eastern Europe, possibly from the end of this year. This was also discussed. It is noteworthy that America has started the deployment of its five thousand soldiers in Poland and Romania.
Britain is also sending hundreds of troops to Poland and is offering additional warships and aircraft. Germany, Nierdeland and Norway are sending additional troops to Lithuania. Denmark and Spain are providing fighter aircraft for air security.
However, Russia, on the other hand, said on Wednesday that it was bringing more troops and weapons back to military bases. Russia’s Defense Ministry released a video showing a freight train loaded with armored vehicles crossing a bridge off Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula.
However, the US does not trust the withdrawal of Russian troops. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said the US sees “no meaningful withdrawal” of Russian forces from the Ukrainian border. He said the “real” threat remained.