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U.S., Norway, Canada Among First Foreign Countries To Join EU Military Mobility Project


EU defense ministers on Thursday (6 May) agreed to allow the United States, Norway and Canada to join the bloc’s project on military mobility, seen as the ‘silver bullet’ for EU-NATO defense cooperation and designed to ensure seamless movement of military equipment across the EU in response to crises. “Their expertise will contribute to the project and, with it, to improving military mobility within and beyond the EU,” the bloc’s foreign policy chief and meeting chairman, Josep Borrell, said following the agreement. “It will make EU defence more efficient and contribute to strengthening our security,” he added. It’s the first…

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