NATO unites against Russia during summit

During the NATO summit, allies demonstrated their unity against Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine while announcing plans to expand the alliance and increase defense spending. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s deal to admit Sweden into NATO on the eve of the summit dealt a blow to Putin. The Western allies also agreed to boost defense spending, with 11 members pledging to spend a minimum of 2% of GDP on military resources. However, President Biden’s refusal to commit to Ukraine’s future NATO membership was seen as a victory for Putin. Nonetheless, steps were taken to support Ukraine, including F-16 training for Ukrainian pilots and the shipment of long-range missiles. The summit demonstrated allies’ commitment to Ukraine and countered Russia’s attempts to weaken Western support for the war.


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