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Bulgaria, Greece and Romania will create a military corridor on NATO's eastern flank


The defense ministers of Bulgaria, Greece and Romania signed a letter of intent within the framework of the NATO summit to create a common military logistical corridor for the operational transfer of troops to the eastern wing of the alliance. According to "Armenpress", this was announced by the Minister of Defense of Greece, Nikos Dendias. X on the social platform. He added that the ministers will meet in the autumn in the city of Alexandroupolis to discuss the implementation of the project. On July 8, the Greek newspaper Kathimerini reported that the military corridor is supposed to connect four strategically important port cities in a military network: Thessaloniki, Alexandroupolis, Varna and Constantine. It should allow the countries of the alliance to quickly move military forces "inside Europe and beyond." On June 4, the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph wrote that NATO plans to create several land corridors for the rapid transfer of NATO troops. in case of a possible attack by Russia on one of the countries. If necessary, they are supposed to be able to replace the main corridor, which involves landing American troops in the port of Rotterdam and quickly transporting them by rail to Poland through the Netherlands and Germany.

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