The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), under pressure from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump, is planning a new spending initiative that will use additional money to fill armament gaps, according to a draft of the proposal reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Officials say they expect the new program to be approved at a gathering of allied leaders in Brussel, a city that Trump notoriously called a 'hell hole', on Thursday.
Brussels is bracing itself for the two-day ...
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