NATO set to boost troops on high alert

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NATO is set to boost the number of troops on high alert and increase ammunition production, its secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday, reported Xinhua.

Stoltenberg was speaking ahead of a two-day meeting of the alliance's defense ministers in Brussels on Thursday and Friday, which will include talks with around 20 of the world's leading defense companies.

Stoltenberg told a press conference that NATO had new regional plans to defend allied territory.

"I expect that defense ministers will review a new Defense Production Action Plan … It aims to rapidly address shortfalls in our stocks," he added.

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