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NATO holds the largest military exercise after the Cold War and 50,000 people from 31 countries

NATO holds the largest military exercise after the Cold War and 50,000 people from 31 countries

Original title: NATO holds the largest military exercise since the end of the Cold War

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) began a two-week joint military exercise of "Tirty Contact 2018" in Norway and its surrounding areas on the 25th. This is the largest joint military exercise since the end of the Cold War in NATO.

According to information released by NATO, about 50,000 people from 29 NATO member states and two partner countries in Sweden and Finland will participate in the exercise and dispatch about 250 aircraft, 65 ships and 10,000 military vehicles, including the United States. Naval "Harry Truman" aircraft carrier. The exercise venues are mainly in the central and eastern parts of Norway and the surrounding North Atlantic and Baltic Seas.

NATO said the military exercise will test NATO’s ability to help restore sovereignty after a member state has been armed. The participating troops will be divided into two parts: the "Southern Forces" and the "Northern Forces". In the exercise, they will take turns to act as imaginary enemy units and NATO troops.

NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said on the 24th that NATO has invited all members of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to send observers to the "Trident Contact 2018" military exercise. He welcomed Russia and Belarus for accepting the invitation.

Russian Defense Minister Shojgu said in Minsk on the 24th that the current NATO military activities have reached an unprecedented high level after the end of the Cold War, and the military threat to Russia is increasing.

NATO holds the largest military exercise since the end of the Cold War

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