NATO excludes 8 Russians from mission for 'secret espionage'

On Wednesday, October 6, it became known that NATO (North Atlantic Alliance) expelled eight members of the Russian mission in the military alliance, claiming that they were secretly working as intelligence officers. The Alliance also halved the Moscow team capable of working at NATO headquarters. Writes about this AP ...

The United States may start using Russian military bases: how is this possible and why

The United States is discussing with Moscow the possibility of using Russian military bases in Central Asia to act against possible threats in Afghanistan, the BBC reports. This issue was discussed in Helsinki at a meeting between the head of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milli and his Russian counterpart ...

'Atypical activity': NATO fighters intercept Russian planes 10 times in a day

The alliance declared about "atypical peak of flights" near its airspace, writes Voice of America. NATO said it raised its fighters 10 times amid "atypical" levels of Russian air force activity over Europe. Alliance aircraft took off on March 29 "for ...

NATO fighters intercepted Russian aircraft hundreds of times in 2020

NATO fighters intercepted Russian planes about 350 times during the year, ABC News reported. NATO said that Russia's military activity in the airspace of the alliance has slightly increased this year, since its planes through Europe have flown more than 400 times in ...

US imposed sanctions against NATO ally: all because of Russia

On Monday, December 14, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on Turkey, a NATO ally, for the purchase of a Russian missile defense system - a welcome move just weeks before President Donald Trump left the presidency, USA Today writes. ...

'Russia is in decline, but still dangerous': NATO has identified enemies for the next 10 years

Despite the fact that Russia has already begun to fade, it still poses a danger. A new report on NATO's strategy for the next ten years says the organization must resolutely confront Russia. Writes about this BBC. “By economic and social standards, Russia ...

Chasing American plane, Russia violated NATO airspace

On August 28, a Russian military aircraft violated the airspace of one of the NATO countries. This happened during an attempt to intercept an American B-52 bomber near the Danish island of Bornholm. Writes about this "Voice of America". NATO called the incident "a significant violation of international law." "Russian…

Ukraine has received the status of a partner of NATO enhanced capabilities: what does it mean

On Friday, June 12, 2020, the North Atlantic Council recognized Ukraine as an Enhanced Opportunities Partner, according to NATO's official website. This status is part of the NATO Interoperability Initiative, which aims to maintain and deepen cooperation between allies and partners, ...

'Action will be taken': NATO countries call Russia a threat to Euro-Atlantic security

Russia's aggressive actions pose a threat to Euro-Atlantic security. This is stated in a statement following the NATO summit. It takes place in London and is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the military alliance. In addition, the main threats in the document are, in particular, terrorism, hybrid and ...

More than 30 projects: what technologies are Ukrainian scientists developing for NATO

An information day of the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) program was held in Kiev, at which the developments of Ukrainian scientists created under this program were presented. The main goal of the event is to present cooperation opportunities for Ukrainian scientists. Writes about this "Business Capital". ...

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