NATO to establish new commands in Germany and U.S.
NATO defense ministers agreed to establish two new commands in the United States and Germany, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference.
The new joint force command for the Atlantic will be based at Norfolk in the United States, and another new enabling command will be based in Ulm, Germany, Xinhua reported.
NATO defense ministers have decided to build commands to help protect trans-Atlantic sea lines, and support logistics and military mobility within Europe at their last meeting.
The ministers meet on Thursday and Friday to make preparations for the upcoming Summit in July.