East European Leaders Call for Further Build-Up of NATO Forces

Thursday, November 5, 2015
By Paul Martin


The leaders of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland and Slovakia have called for an increased NATO presence in Eastern Europe and the Baltic, in addition to the extra capacity already announced.

The leaders attending the Central European Summit in Bucharest were joined by NATO Deputy Secretary-General Alexander Vershbow and discussed joint cooperation among the countries in the area, as well as those of NATO’s eastern neighborhood, namely Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia, ahead of a NATO summit scheduled to take place in Warsaw.

Vershbow is Thursday meeting high-level officials in Warsaw and is due to address the Warsaw Security Forum on Friday.

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