NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced the agenda of the Summit in Warsaw on July 8-9, according to a message posted on the NATO website.
According to him, the leaders, who will gather in Poland, will take the key decisions on the strengthening of the defense capability and deterrence of the alliance, as well as enhance stability beyond NATO borders.
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Stoltenberg said that the leaders will agree on the deployment of international battalions in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
NATO Secretary General stressed that the measures to strengthen the defense capability of the Alliance also include the extending of the presence of the international battalion of NATO in Romania and improving cyber security, civil defense and the ability to withstand the attacks of ballistic missiles.