The head of NATO’s military committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, confirmed that NATO will hold Steadfast Defender exercises in 2024, the largest since the end of the Cold War. About it Anadolu reports.
Admiral Bauer said at a press conference in Oslo after a meeting of NATO chiefs of staff that in 2024 NATO will conduct “the largest Steadfast Defender exercise since the Cold War.”
According to his statement, Exercise Steadfast Defender will take place in Germany, Poland and the Baltic countries and will involve more than 40,000 NATO troops.
As the press learned, the exercises are planned for February and March 2024, their scenario will be to repel Russian aggression against one of the Alliance member countries.
Earlier today, Bauer said Ukraine’s Armed Forces had “transformed modern warfare.”
- Multinational naval exercise Sea Breeze 23.3, organized by Romania and the United States, took place from 11 to 15 September in the western Black Sea and Danube Delta.
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