‘Putin can’t divide, outlast or weaken us’: White House at 75th Nato anniversary

NEW DELHI: Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot divide us, outlast us or weaken us”, said US national security advisor Jake Sullivan on Tuesday as the country kickstarted 3-day Nato meet marking 75th anniversary of the military alliance, Reuters reported.
He further said that Nato was committed to “standing with Ukraine in the long term”.
Reiterating Sullivan’s stance, newly elected UK PM Keir Starmer said, “Nato summit is an opportunity for allies to strengthen resolve against Russia.”
Nato plans to establish a new military command in Germany, headed by a three-star general, to oversee the training of Ukrainian troops.Additionally, a senior representative will be appointed in Kyiv to strengthen Nato’s ties with Ukraine, Sullivan said.
A contract worth almost $700 million for member countries was signed to increase production of Stinger missiles, part of broader efforts to enhance individual nations’ weapon manufacturing capabilities within the alliance.
“There is no way to provide strong defense without a strong defense industry,” Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said.


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