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Ukraine War: Deals with North European Countries Let U.S. Create Bridgehead Against Russia


The United States will accelerate the deployment of troops in Northern Europe as a result of the agreements signed with six countries in the region, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – in order to use them as a bridgehead against Russia, the Politico newspaper says. According to the daily the “defense agreements” Washington “signed signal a major shift that has occurred within NATO over the past two years as member countries race to restock arsenals after sending weapons to Ukraine and steel themselves for a new era of confrontation with Moscow.” The new multi-year defense cooperation agreements are…

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