NATO is changing its approach to assisting Ukraine in the field of armaments
NATO is considering taking on the coordination of arms supplies to Ukraine, as reported by Handelsblatt.
This is a change in direction, as previously the alliance did not directly intervene in supply issues, leaving them to the discretion of individual member countries.
The leadership of the bloc wants to integrate the 'Rammstein' format into the alliance's structures. This decision may be a precautionary measure against potential changes in U.S. policy.
NATO fears that arms supplies to Ukraine from the United States may cease if Donald Trump wins the elections in November.
The plan for integration was developed by President Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
The integration plan for 'Rammstein' into NATO was developed by President Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.