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NATO Secretary General: it is necessary to strengthen the nuclear deterrence of Russia

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Russia is upgrading its nuclear weapon, therefore, NATO should have reliable deterrence capabilities. RIA News Statement by the Secretary General of the Alliance Jens Stoltenberg.




After the end of the Cold War, we all thought that nuclear deterrence would be less significant, but now we see that it has actually become more important,
Stoltenberg said during a visit to the headquarters of the US Strategic Command (StratCom).

This was the first visit by the NATO Secretary General to the headquarters for the last 54 of the year.

Stoltenberg stressed "the importance of StratCom for the security of all NATO countries" and declared the "growing problem of the proliferation of nuclear weapons."

After the end of the Cold War, we all thought that nuclear deterrence would be less significant, but now we see that it has actually become more important,
he noted.

In addition, the Secretary General pointed to the need to maintain the possibility of containment at a high level because of the growing power of Russia.

The old nuclear powers, in particular Russia, are modernizing their nuclear capabilities, and in this regard, it is necessary that NATO retains reliable and strong deterrence capabilities and, of course, nuclear forces are an integral part of reliable deterrence for all allies.
he concluded.

Recall, Vladimir Putin, having recently touched on the topic of nuclear weapons, stressed that Russia can use them only as a retaliatory strike.
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  1. Vard
    Vard April 9 2018 08: 08
    +1
    That is, he said with a blue eye that Europe will become a theater of operations in which nuclear weapons will be massively used ... Well, who is he after that ...
    1. Tatyana
      Tatyana April 9 2018 09: 10
      +1
      Quote: Vard
      That is, he said with a blue eye that Europe will become a theater of operations in which nuclear weapons will be massively used ... Well, who is he after that ...

      Stoltenberg is not a military man by training, but an economist. He was appointed by the Pentagon as Secretary General of NATO exclusively as a successful manager for the sale of American weapons to European countries. If the NATO countries are stuffed with these weapons - before the start of the NATO war with Russia - they will remove him from this post, because he is not a true military man and he cannot competently manage military operations on the territory of military operations. Stoltenberg knows nothing in military maneuvers. As the saying goes, the Moor will do his job - and the Moor will have to leave.
      Stoltenberg perfectly understands this mission.
      1. Yrec
        Yrec April 9 2018 11: 32
        +1
        It was necessary for him to honestly tell the "partners", provide your territory for the deployment of American nuclear weapons and you will be happy. And if the Russians bang on us? Well, they smell like you, not by state, after all.
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana April 9 2018 12: 29
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          Quote: Yrec
          It was necessary for him to honestly tell the "partners", provide your territory for the deployment of American nuclear weapons and you will be happy. And if the Russians bang on us? Well, they smell like you, not by state.

          In fact, Stoltenberg is not an American, but a Norwegian. I don’t know his exact nationality.
          Therefore, he is simply a pro-American traitor to Norway and the Narva citizens, because In this case, Norway will also receive its OWN from the NUCLEAR RESPONSE.

          REFERENCE
          Jens Stoltenberg (Norwegian Jens Stoltenberg; born 16 March 1959, Oslo, Norway) - Norwegian statesman and politician, Norwegian Prime Minister in 2000 — 2001 and 2005 — 2013, NATO Secretary General (since 1 on October 2014). Comes from a family known in Norwegian politics. His father, Thorvald Stoltenberg, served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway. In early childhood (1960 — 1963) he lived in Yugoslavia, where his father was an ambassador.
          1. helmi8
            helmi8 April 10 2018 23: 54
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            Quote: Tatiana
            Norway in this case ...... will also receive OWN.

            First of all, everyone with NATO bases will get theirs. Anyone who understands a little bit in military affairs knows that the first blows are inflicted on them. Therefore, I just trudge when I hear with what manic perseverance the Balts are, the Poles are asking to strengthen (or deploy) NATO forces in their countries. Suicides, damn it ...
  2. Egorovich
    Egorovich April 9 2018 08: 08
    +2
    Strengthen Russia's nuclear deterrence. It sounds very loud, but why? Verbal diarrhea and fake.
    1. LSA57
      LSA57 April 9 2018 08: 24
      +3
      Quote: Egorovich
      Strengthen Russia's nuclear deterrence. It sounds very loud, but why?

      this is a call to unfasten the buds of the Nata in the budget, not 2% of GDP, but more. an open texmpot said for the money I won’t protect you. not verbatim of course, but in the sense of so.
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii April 9 2018 08: 33
        +6
        Hello Sergey hi Let the allies introduce their emissaries into the Ministry of Finance and milk their budgets on an ongoing basis. smile
        1. LSA57
          LSA57 April 9 2018 08: 42
          +1
          Quote: ul_vitalii
          Let the allies introduce their emissaries into the Ministry of Finance and milk their budgets on an ongoing basis.

          Hi Vitaliy hi
          you know, I don’t mind laughing
    2. Izotovp
      Izotovp April 9 2018 08: 32
      0
      And to think for yourself what? Sanctions against people and enterprises in one way or another related not only to the military, but also to the civilian nuclear industry. Competitive struggle with Rosatom.
  3. Altona
    Altona April 9 2018 08: 08
    0
    Stoltenberg apparently wants to distribute tactical nuclear weapons to all NATO members, no matter who.
    1. Seaflame
      Seaflame April 10 2018 23: 38
      +1
      Psheki and hesitation will be in euphoria ...
  4. cniza
    cniza April 9 2018 08: 17
    0
    This was the first visit by the NATO Secretary General to the headquarters for the last 54 of the year.


    How true is this? belay
  5. Ravik
    Ravik April 9 2018 08: 57
    0
    Let him first learn to chew his tie ...
  6. Dormidont
    Dormidont April 9 2018 09: 47
    0
    Burn them all in nuclear hell
  7. Seaflame
    Seaflame April 10 2018 23: 37
    +1
    Did they get bitten by a beast there? What a spring aggravation ?!