NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg echoed US concerns on Tuesday that China could supply Russia with weapons to help it pursue its war against Ukraine.
NATO members have agreed to deploy shelters to ally Turkey to help provide accommodation for those left homeless by this week’s devastating earthquakes.
The United States announced its approval of a $10 billion sale of 18 Himars precision rocket launchers plus ammunition to Poland.
Afghanistan’s Entop Auto Design engineers produced the country’s first-ever super car prototype from the remnants of NATO and US forces war materials.
NATO and the EU vowed Tuesday to bolster their backing for Ukraine to fight off Russia’s invasion and ramp up cooperation between Europe and the US-led alliance.
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NATO chief Jen Stoltenberg stated on Wednesday that Russia had posed a direct threat to the alliance security, in response to war in Ukraine
US President Joe Biden on Sunday urged G7 and NATO to ‘stay together’ against Russia’s war in Ukraine as he praised Scholz’s leadership
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday that Ukraine should have more heavy weaponry as it battles Russia
Russian on Monday called the decisions by Finland and Sweden to join NATO as another grave mistake with far-reaching consequences
Support for NATO membership used to be steady 30%,but has soared in Finland reaching 70%,a new poll showed Monday following Russia’s invasion.
President Ramaphosa insists there are ‘two sides’ to this story – and he believes that NATO, rather than Russia, must be held accountable.
The West has finally come to the aid of Ukraine by sending defensive weapons, fuel and other military equipment.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said Friday his country would go to war if its key ally Russia was attacked, promising to host “hundreds of thousands” of Russian troops in the event of a conflict.
Moscow doesn’t want war but will not allow its interests to be ignored, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Friday as tensions continue to simmer over Ukraine.
NATO allies have put forces on standby and sent ships and fighter jets to bolster Europe’s eastern defences as tensions soar over Russia’s military buildup around Ukraine, the alliance said Monday.