NATO called the Russian Federation the main military threat to its security until at least 2030. This was stated in a report on NATO-2030 reform, published on December 2 on the organization’s website.
“In the long run until 2030, Russia is likely to remain the main military threat to the alliance,” the authors of the document believe.
Based on the report, a new Strategic Concept of the alliance will be adopted during the NATO Summit in 2021.
Moscow seeks political, economic and military superiority over the former Soviet republics, and is confident in the alliance. Ukraine and Georgia are cited as examples in the document.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced November 30 that NATO would continue to build up its military presence in the Black Sea region. At the same time, he repeatedly assured the alliance of the need to maintain a dialogue with Moscow.