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Extraordinary NATO Summit – 24 March 2022


At an extraordinary Summit in Brussels on 24 March 2022, Allied leaders agreed to reset NATO’s longer-term deterrence and defence posture across all domain: land, sea, air, cyber and space. This reflects the new security reality resulting from President Putin’s brutal and unprovoked war on Ukraine. Allies agreed to increase support for Ukraine, including on cyber security, and chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear attacks. They will continue to impose unprecedented costs on Russia to bring about an end to the war in Ukraine. They also approved four new multinational NATO battlegroups, in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia. The discussions also…

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