NATO to focus on defense and production of weapons: Deputy Secretary General

(VOVWORLD) - NATO's Military Committee's session opened in Brussels earlier this week where the Chair of the NATO Military Committee referred to the degraded global security environment caused by the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Admiral Rob Bauer said NATO has shown the world that it is capable of quickly scaling up its presence whenever and wherever necessary.

NATO Deputy Secretary General, Mircea Geoana, identified three areas of important work in the run up to the next Summit set to take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, later this year: investing more in defense, ramping up production of weapons and ammunition, and transforming NATO for the digital age.

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