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NATO Has No Intention Of Housing New Land-Based Nuclear Missiles In Europe


According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO has no intention of moving new land-based nuclear missiles to Europe, after the United States said that it would suspend compliance with the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia. Stoltenberg said in an interview in the Norwegian capital, “NATO does not have any intention to deploy new land-based nuclear weapons to Europe. We don’t have to mirror what Russia does.

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