Russia and China do not pose an immediate threat to NATO and its allies. About it in interview to the American publication stated NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, reports RT.
Despite this, the Alliance needs to react to a changing situation. In particular, for example, a more assertive Russia, which uses state of the art features, including new missile systems, said the Secretary General. According to Stoltenberg, Moscow’s relations with the West have reached the lowest point since the cold war.
China, in turn, increases. Soon China will be the first strength of the economy, and now the world’s second largest military budget. In addition, the country invests heavily in the development of nuclear power that can get all of the NATO countries.
the Alliance must support each other, the only way they will remain safe, summed up the General Secretary.