The NATO summit in Warsaw concluded recently. World leaders, including Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who wasn’t representing a NATO member but was privileged to be a part of this summit, met to discuss current challenges to international security.
One of the main themes of this meeting was Russian aggression against Ukraine. The alliance decided to deploy four battalions in Poland and the Baltics and also signed the agreement with EU to increase cooperation for better resisting hybrid threats.“An attack on one member will be treated as an attack on the alliance in general”, said Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg.
The transatlantic organisation also demonstrated new approaches to weaponry, army service and defense in the 21st century. The results of the Warsaw summit can be seen not only on the plane of world policy, but also in the achievements of military technologies.
Hromadske journalist Zhanna Bezpiatchuk made a detailed report about the first results of NATO summit in Warsaw. Will Ukraine join NATO in the nearest future? Could Brexit destabilize the transatlantic union of allies? Watch to see what decisions are being made to guarantee alliance members and its partners security.