RIGA - The Baltic states have committed to not reducing their defense spending below 2 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), according to a joint communique signed by the Baltic defense ministers during their meeting in the Latvian towns of Aluksne and Gulbene this week.
The Latvian Defense Ministry's web portal sargs.lv reports that in order to promote Baltic cooperation and defense, the ministers signed a trilateral communique pledging to maintain the planned size of defense budgets at the level of at least 2 percent of GDP, underlining the need for NATO to...
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