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NATO is preparing for Trump's re-election

Eviralnews, citing “NTV”, on the eve of the NATO summit, plans are being leaked about how the alliance wants to protect itself against the re-election of Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for the US presidential election.

According to this information, in the future, the delivery of weapons to Ukraine will no longer be coordinated by US troops, but by a new NATO headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany. Also, an office in Kyiv will be strengthened in this direction.

Accordingly, NATO is expanding its civilian presence in Ukraine, which has been attacked by Russia. A spokesman for the military alliance confirmed that the 32 countries of the alliance have decided to send some kind of special envoy to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Accordingly, this senior official will be responsible for directing the coalition's political and practical support there.

The reason for this plan, in particular, is that NATO wants to signal the start of a new operation to coordinate arms deliveries and training activities for Ukraine's armed forces at a meeting in Washington next week. It will be headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany.

At first, it is not possible to understand from the information leaked from this military alliance, who will get this new post of NATO in Kiev. More details will be announced after the official selection. The Wall Street Journal first reported on the plans.

This NATO project is also seen as a precautionary measure in case of the possible return of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States from January 2025.

NATO has had an official representation in Kyiv for almost a decade, which also operates a liaison office and an information and documentation center that has existed since the late 1990s. Among other things, this representation undertakes contacts with ministries and institutions of Ukraine and aims to promote political dialogue and practical cooperation with NATO.

The office also advises officials on activities supporting the NATO-Ukraine partnership and security and defense sector reforms. Also, there should be more staff for this work in the future.

The United States has so far taken the lead in coordinating arms deliveries and training activities that NATO wants to do in the future. At the end of 2022, they set up a 300-strong unit called the Security Assistance Group-Ukraine (SAG-U) at the European headquarters of the US Armed Forces in Wiesbaden-Hessen.

Republican candidate Trump's comments in the past have raised doubts about whether the United States will continue its defensive war against Ukraine. The NATO military alliance is concerned that the political shift in Washington will also affect the coordination of arms deliveries and training activities for Ukraine's armed forces.

Politico recently reported that Donald Trump, the former US president and likely future leader of the United States, is apparently considering an agreement with Russia not to expand NATO into Ukraine and Georgia.

As part of a previously unreported plan for Ukraine, the presumptive Republican nominee is considering a deal under which NATO would commit to not expanding further eastward, according to two national security experts aligned with Trump. particularly in Ukraine and Georgia – and is negotiating with Russian President Vladimir Putin over how much of Ukrainian territory Moscow can keep.

As part of a “radical reorientation” of NATO under Trump, the US will retain air and naval bases in Europe, but leave “the bulk of its infantry, armour, logistics and artillery” to continental allies.

According to an anonymous source aligned with Trump, European members of the bloc, which do not spend at least 2% of their GDP on military matters, will not enjoy the breadth of defense and security guarantees of the United States of America.

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