U.S. President Donald Trump said that he will not leave NATO countries until they start, by his standards, “sufficient” defense funding.
“I won’t be satisfied until everyone pays enough”, – he said.
Trump said only eight countries of the Alliance are meeting their financial obligations in full, he said. In particular, he attacked Germany, which spends less than 2% of GDP on defense.
The American president noted that he disagreed with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who believes that good work has been done in the direction of funding.Australians are shocked: their money is spent figuring out whether chess is racism