Fourteen EU Countries Call for Game-Changing Treaty with Russia

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"Fourteen European countries called to re-launch a conventional arms control treaty with Russia ... The foreign ministers of 14 European nations have called to renew conventional arms controls ... The initiative was put forward by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and was signed by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. ... 'We are convinced that a re-launch of conventional arms control is one important path towards a genuine and effective cooperative security allowing for peace and stability on our continent' ... 'we see an urgent need to re-establish strategic stability' ... The treaty proposed equal limits for ... the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact. ... Leonid Ivashov noted that the US has long been opposed to the treaty ... 'This is just a reaction to last years' events. European countries are concerned about the series of military drills on the border with Russia and the rise in flights of NATO and Russian military jets in close proximity to each other' ... 'If Europe and Russia want to de-escalate the conflict and move on, there is every reason to revive this treaty' ... 'a new treaty fixes the number of military equipment deployed in Europe, it will prevent its further build-up. If it agrees upon reduction of the scale and frequency of military drills and stipulates that they should not be held on the border with Russia'"
https://sputniknews.com/world/201611261 ... ce-treaty/
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Reason? http://www.propornot.com/p/the-list.html?m=1


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"The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling on EU Member States to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP recommended by the NATO. Germany also intend to strive to increase the level of funding for defense, among other things, due to concerns about US involvement after the election of Donald Trump. In practice, however, the way to achieve the desired level of spending and defense capabilities is far, although Europe certainly has a change of consciousness in this regard.
The European Parliament recently adopted a resolution on the European Defence Union. In addition to records about the expansion of international cooperation and consultation on arms purchases in the document were very clear call to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP, and dedicate at least 20% of the budgets for shopping "necessary" equipment compatible with the requirements of the European Defence Agency.
MEPs told so simply and clearly for an important increase in defense spending, and thus the ability of the majority of European Union countries, protruding from the requirement of issuing on defense at 2% of GDP. It is worth noting that adopted very similar criteria for the funding of defense for those of NATO.
Although the Europarliament resolution is not binding, it is a clear step forward. For the first time talking about the construction of defense capabilities within the EU, not only in the context of cooperation and cost savings, but also allocate more resources to them - which in light of the current underfunding of the army of European countries is a necessary condition for the success of these measures.
Also, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the Federal Republic should approach the level of spending on defense appointed by the North Atlantic Alliance (2%). She admitted that the current level of defense spending is not sufficient. At the same time, however, she pointed out that the purpose of NATO is unlikely to be achieved in a short time."
http://www.defence24.pl/499033,militarn ... nie-europy
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Summary.sputnik missed few important facts. Submited Information by sputknik is old one. And sputnik make this news fresh.
Germany increase miltary expenses by8%in2017. Germany lawmakers want military schengen.....
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krzepice1976 wrote:I do not trust sputnik.
"The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling on EU Member States to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP recommended by the NATO.
That's not "recommended" by NATO, that's an obligation. All NATO states are obligated to spend 2% of GDP on defense. However, most do not. Furthermore, a resolution "calling" for a thing in which everyone's supposed to already be doing, is meaningless. They already know what their obligations are, and they're already willfully failing to meet those obligations. NATO and the United States have already been routinely asking those nations to increase their defense spending, and to pull their own weight. One more complaint from the EU Parliament won't change anything. This isn't "more important."
krzepice1976 wrote:Summary.sputnik missed few important fact. Submited Information by sputknik is old one. And sputnik make this news fresh.
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https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status ... wsrc%5Etfw
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Navarro wrote:
krzepice1976 wrote:I do not trust sputnik.
"The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling on EU Member States to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP recommended by the NATO.
That's not "recommended" by NATO, that's an obligation. All NATO states are obligated to spend 2% of GDP on defense. However, most do not. Furthermore, a resolution "calling" for a thing in which everyone's supposed to already be doing, is meaningless. They already know what their obligations are, and they're already willfully failing to meet those obligations. NATO and the United States have already been routinely asking those nations to increase their defense spending, and to pull their own weight. One more complaint from the EU Parliament won't change anything. This isn't "more important."
krzepice1976 wrote:Summary.sputnik missed few important fact. Submited Information by sputknik is old one. And sputnik make this news fresh.
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https://twitter.com/GermanyDiplo/status ... wsrc%5Etfw
i saw this Information few monhs ago..

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Nato military spending. Europe was below 2%. Sputnik missed Information about russia transport to belarus. This last is big move.

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Navarro wrote:Image
"Fourteen European countries called to re-launch a conventional arms control treaty with Russia ... The foreign ministers of 14 European nations have called to renew conventional arms controls ... The initiative was put forward by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and was signed by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. ... 'We are convinced that a re-launch of conventional arms control is one important path towards a genuine and effective cooperative security allowing for peace and stability on our continent' ... 'we see an urgent need to re-establish strategic stability' ... The treaty proposed equal limits for ... the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact. ... Leonid Ivashov noted that the US has long been opposed to the treaty ... 'This is just a reaction to last years' events. European countries are concerned about the series of military drills on the border with Russia and the rise in flights of NATO and Russian military jets in close proximity to each other' ... 'If Europe and Russia want to de-escalate the conflict and move on, there is every reason to revive this treaty' ... 'a new treaty fixes the number of military equipment deployed in Europe, it will prevent its further build-up. If it agrees upon reduction of the scale and frequency of military drills and stipulates that they should not be held on the border with Russia'"
https://sputniknews.com/world/201611261 ... ce-treaty/
Please read oryginał information. Below link to Germany article
https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland ... uropa.html
Steinmuller sad something diffrent that sputnik.
Please Check last interview with Germany President Gluck (WELT article)
I line oryginał test with out come to which very of ten can be tested as a propaganda.

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