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During Exercise Iron Wolf 2017 the NATO eFP Battalion Battle Groups and allies for the first time trained together with the NATO eFP Battle Group deployed in Poland.
While campaigning, Trump had complained that the 28 countries in the NATO alliance had agreed to contribute at least two percent of their GDP to NATO, have been failing to do so.
Both NATO and EU leaders are happy to cooperate with Turkey over security issues.
Philosophy of NATO existence after the collapse of the Soviet Union (paving the way for NATO expansion):
After opening remarks by Dr Nodir Jumaev, the Rector of UWED, Mr Raimonds Vingris, NATO/ISAF Transit Liaison Officer, briefed the audience on the NATO Summit, the mandate of the Office of the NATO Liaison Officer in Central Asia and the cooperation between NATO and Uzbekistan.
He further stated that NATO is conducting security operations in Afghanistan and training Afghan National Army.
Any deliberation on the relationship between NATO and Russia has to proceed with two preliminary, yet important, defining factors: a) Russia as a successor of the disintegrated Soviet Union and a defeated state after 1991, and b) Russian strategic concerns vis-a-vis Eastern Europe.
The NATO Secretary General telephoned President Zardari Tuesday and invited him to the NATO summit, Presidential spokesman said.
In the context of the NATO Strategic Plan for Afghanistan, discussions focussed on NATO's support to Afghanistan beyond 2014 and the operational and logistical challenges of redeployment.
Allied Command Transformation oversees the 16 NATO centers of excellence.
This is the first meeting of foreign ministers since NATO leaders approved the Alliance's new Strategic Concept at a summit in Lisbon in November.
Still others stress that post-Cold War changes implemented at NATO made the alliance become weak, without a well-defined mission.