NATO Approves Quick-Reaction Military Force To Protect Themselves


NATO member countries have approved a new interim quick-reaction military force to protect themselves from Russia.

The initial unit, to be up and running in early 2015, is designed to be supplanted the following year by a permanent force.

The foreign ministers of the 28 NATO member states also have approved maintaining measures through 2015 initiated to reassure NATO countries nearest Russia. Such measures include stepped-up air patrols over the Baltic Sea and rotating NATO military units in and out of countries like Poland and the Baltic republics.

ABC’s Tom Rivers joined us from London Wednesday morning.

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