Norway 'Ideal' US, NATO Missile 'Launching Pad' to Track Russian Military 'Response' - Journo

Norwegian-based media broke the news earlier this week that US President Donald Trump was not satisfied with Norway's NATO defence expenditure level.

The Trump Administration reportedly wants Oslo to boost its defence spending to the level of at least 2 percent of its GDP. In 2018, Norway's defence spending amounted only to 1.62 percent.
Rick Rozoff, investigative journalist and manager of the organization Stop NATO share his views on the issue.
Sputnik: Given Norway's importance as Russia's neighbour, the US wants Oslo to boost its defence spending. What possible reasons could be behind this?
Rick Rozoff: This is quite in line with the US policy, since the Wales summit of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) in 2014 - the now 29 member alliance, committed to increasing military spending to 2 percent of gross domestic product by all of 29 full member states.
So it's quite in line with that. It's also - as you may know - the general secretary of NATO Stoltenberg has a plot of the current US President Donald Trump for having secured 100 billion dollars more in pledges for military expenditure from NATO allies.

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