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US Announces Plan To Increase Military Presence Across Europe

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US Announces Plan To Increase Military Presence Across Europe

US Announces Plan To Increase Military Presence Across Europe

US Announces Plan , To Increase Military Presence , Across Europe.

On June 29, President Joe Biden announced that the U.S. will increase its military presence throughout Europe in response to Russia's war in Ukraine.

The BBC reports that the U.S. will establish a permanent Army headquarters in Poland and deploy warships to Spain, fighter jets to the U.K. and ground forces to Romania.

The BBC reports that the U.S. will establish a permanent Army headquarters in Poland and deploy warships to Spain, fighter jets to the U.K. and ground forces to Romania.

According to Biden, the decision comes as NATO is , "needed now more than it has ever been.".

The U.S. announcement occurred as NATO leaders met at a summit in Madrid.

Biden told fellow NATO leaders that the alliance would be , "strengthened in all directions across every domain - land, air and sea".

We mean it when we say an attack against one is an attack against all, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via the BBC.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that member states had agreed to a "comprehensive assistance package" for Ukraine.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that member states had agreed to a "comprehensive assistance package" for Ukraine.

BBC reports that the aid package will include fuel, medical supplies, body armor, anti-drone systems and other equipment.

NATO leaders also described Russia as , "the most significant and direct threat to Allies' security and to peace and stability in the Euro-Atlantic area.".

According to NATO leadership, "we cannot discount the possibility of an attack against allies' sovereignty and territorial integrity."


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