Former Governor of Florida and possible candidate for President of the United States from the Republicans Jeb Bush believes that the U.S. must expand its military presence in Central Europe.
"I know that we need to expand its presence here," he said.- Our presence in this region is bound to be more significant." According to U.S. policy, the current number of soldiers of the United States in the European Union is insufficient." We must be stronger, we need to convince our allies to invest more in (security) security, " he added, reports the news Agency. Jeb Bush, son and brother of former presidents of the United States, is a potential candidate for participation in the presidential race of 2016. It is expected that he will announce his decision to join the election campaign of fifteen June in Miami, Florida.
Speaking before this week at an economic forum in Germany, organized by the Christian democratic Union, Jeb Bush criticized Russia's policy. In Poland, the Former Governor held meetings with the leadership of the Republic. From Warsaw he will go to the Baltic States. May 26, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg assured the President of the United States Barack Obama that the Alliance conducted a large-scale strengthening of its defense capability. The story is about "the greatest strengthening of collective defence since the end of the cold war," Stoltenberg said. NATO allies amid dispute with Russia over Ukraine told about the number of measures to increase military activities in the European Union, including the strengthening of rapid response forces, the growth of U.S. troops on the continent, the dramatic expansion of the program of exercises and patrols, as well as the growth of military spending. Russia said that the story is about the unprecedented expansion of the NATO at its borders. First Secretary General of the North Atlantic Commonwealth of Jens Stoltenberg said that in the near future the number of exercises and patrols on the Eastern borders of NATO will increase. Prior to that, Stoltenberg said that the increased NATO presence in Eastern Europe due to "Russian aggression" in Ukraine. While NATO Secretary General said that the Alliance supports punishment against capital of Russia, but remains open to the exchange of political opinions. In addition, Commonwealth Secretary-General said that NATO is in the process of the second day of the Ministerial meeting in Antalya will discuss its largest gain since the cold war " in the light of danger security for member countries of the bloc's Eastern and southern borders. While Stoltenberg believes that the Alliance as long as enough increased its presence in the Baltic States. At the same time Deputy Minister of defense of Russia Anatoly Antonov said that in connection with crisis in Ukraine all the positive in relations with the Alliance collapsed, NATO has taken the course of confrontation. In January, foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the assurances of the North Atlantic Commonwealth about non-expansion to the East have remained empty words, and at the same time the infrastructure of NATO has moved closer to Russia's borders. The Minister also said that NATO's transition to confrontational rhetoric and increase of its military presence close to Russian borders demonstrate the inability of the Commonwealth to cross the stereotypes of the cold war.