(Photo by © РИА Новости / Алексей Витвицкий) NATO is talking about conceivable measures in case of the end of the INF Treaty, yet does not plan to send new ground-based atomic rockets in Europe, since it doesn’t need another weapons contest, Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday in front of the gathering of protection clergymen of nations planned for Wednesday and Thursday partnership.
«At this gathering of protection priests, we will examine what steps NATO should take to adjust to the world with countless rockets. What’s more, to help viable discouragement and resistance. I won’t theorize on what these means will be,» he said at an instructions to correspondents.
As indicated by him, «any of our means will be facilitated, weighted and guarded, and we don’t expect to send new land-based atomic rockets in Europe.» «in the meantime, we stay focused on important arms control and non-multiplication. NATO does not need another weapons contest, since it is to nobody’s advantage,» he included.