The Alliance plans to improve interoperability of the armed forces.
NATO countries agreed at a summit in Brussels to get rid of the inherited from a number of countries participating in the military equipment of Soviet and Russian production.
This is stated in the Declaration approved at the end of the first day of the NATO summit.
The document States that “the challenges of a changing environment” necessary “interoperable forces and capabilities are in high degree of readiness”.
To this end, the Alliance plans to “improve interoperability of the armed forces, to work for a viable solution of the issue depends on the inherited military equipment of Russian origin”.
“We will continue to innovate and maintain our technological advantage”, – the document says.