Baku. Rufet Ahmadzadeh – APA. The NATO summit in Wales approved an action plan to improve the combat readiness of the alliance.
The statement came from NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, APA reports quoting ITAR-TASS.
According to him, the Wales summit decided to create flexible forces in Poland and leading groups in Eastern Europe: “Besides, NATO will provide its presence in Eastern Europe through the rotation system”.
He added that NATO is soon to start sudden trainings on a regular basis.
NATO secretary general also touched upon Russia-NATO relations. He said the agreement signed in 1997 is still in force: “We continue executing that. But Russia has seriously violated of the principles of the agreement”.