“Kremlin is trying to make NATO and EU make less support for our partners” said today NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg following the extraordinary virtual summit of NATO Heads of State and Government.
But, the NATO chief asserted, “our collective answer must be more support to countries like Georgia, Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina.”
“To help them succeed in democratic reforms and pursue path that are freely chosen,” Stoltenberg noted.
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