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US News Defense: Brussels associates the USA, Canada and Norway with a military mobility project

20:15  06 may  2021
20:15  06 may  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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Défense : Bruxelles associe les USA, le Canada et la Norvège à un projet de mobilité militaire © Pixabay Defense: Brussels combines USA, Canada and Norway with a military mobility project as part of a project aimed at reducing bureaucratic waiting times for cross-border troop movements, the European Union has filed the participation of the United States, Canada and Norway.

It's a size decision. EU Defense Ministers approved Thursday, May 6, the participation of the United States, Canada and Norway, NATO members, a joint project to accelerate the movement of troops in Europe. "It's a very important topic, not only for the European Union, but also for NATO," said German minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer. The Alliance claimed the EU countries to facilitate the movements of troops from the United States and Canada.

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This is a "leap forward in concrete cooperation when it comes to ensuring that the troops can be deployed in Europe beyond national borders," said the German minister. The Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg, invited to join the European ministers, welcomed this decision. "Non-European allies play a vital role in the protection and defense of Europe," said the Norwegian manager. "At the very moment we speak, we deploy thousands of soldiers as part of a NATO exercise in Romania.

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Show how we mobilize the troops (...) and how we are able to deploy them throughout Europe, "he said, stating that troops from the United Kingdom, the United States of Turkey participate in this exercise.

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Cooperation with NATO

The European Union has since been endowed with the possibility of permanent structured cooperation (Pesco in English), which allows a group of countries to develop their cooperation in the field of defense. "This is an instrument for the members of the European Union, but it can be open to third countries, if they respect the political conditions and if their participation brings added value," a European leader recalled .

Military mobility is one of the concrete aspects of cooperation between the Union and NATO (of which 21 EU countries are members). The importance of the movement of troops on the continent has grown due to the aggression shown by Russia since the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the support for the pro-Russian separatist movements in Ukraine. The head of the European diplomacy Josep Borrell assured that this common project on mobility "will make the defense of the union more effective and will help strengthen our security". The European Union affected 1.7 billion euros over the next seven years to strengthening "military mobility", including the modernization of infrastructure such as bridges, railways and roads.

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Reduce time-ups The project, led by the Netherlands, aims to reduce bureaucratic waiting times for cross-border troop movements. "The admission of these three key EU and NATO allies to the EU project is of great importance for the transatlantic link and will help strengthen EU-NATO cooperation in this area," said the Dutch Ministry of Defense.

All EU countries, except Denmark and Malta, signed the agreement establishing the permanent structured cooperation to which the United Kingdom did not adhere. Fifty projects have been approved in the areas of training, land operations, maritime operations, air operations, cyber-defense and command, support and space systems. France, Italy, Spain and Germany are the most involved countries. These four countries support with ten other EU capitals the creation of a fast 5,000 men. This proposal must be discussed for the first time on Thursday between the Ministers of the European Defense as well as Jens Stoltenberg.

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