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27 Aug 2022 (approximate)

“The high north is strategically important for Euro-Atlantic security. The shortest path to North America for Russian missiles and bombers would be over the North Pole. This makes NORAD's [North American Aerospace Defense Command] role vital for North America and therefore also for NATO. Beijing and Moscow have pledged to intensify practical cooperation in the Arctic. This forms part of the deepening strategic partnership that challenges our values and our interests. NATO must respond with an increased presence in the far north and investment in new capabilities. Climate change is making the high north more important because the ice is melting and it's becoming more accessible both for economic activity and for military activity.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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