Brussels, NATO are bracing for Trump’s visit

Brussels, NATO are bracing for Trump’s visit


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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