President Biden holds closing news conference at NATO Summit in Madrid. Biden on Wednesday pledged to boost American military operations in Europe as he seeks to project a picture of strength and unity among NATO members while they grapple with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Speaking on the first full day of a summit of the alliance, Biden said the United States would create a permanent headquarters for the U.S. 5th Army Corps in Poland — the first permanent American forces on NATO’s eastern flank. The U.S. will deploy additional troops to Romania on a rotating basis, and enhance other rotational deployments in the Baltic states.
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President Biden holds news conference at NATO Summit in Madrid — 6/30/2022