NATO Secretary General: ‘All Allies Have Stopped Cuts in Defense Spending’

‘The main focus was on defense spending and the importance of that all of our allies meet their pledges or do what they promise to do’

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CAVUTO: "How did it go with the president today?"
STOLTENBERG: "A great meeting. The main focus was on defense spending and the importance of that all of our allies meet their pledges or do what they promise to do. We should recognize that there's been some real progress. All our allies have started to increase defense spending and more and more allies meet the nato target of 2% of gdp on defense. So we're moving in that direction but still have a long way to go."
 

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