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tight budgets bold action fast decisions and russia for hot topics on the table at wednesday's nato defense meeting in brussels ministers from twenty eight countries set to strengthen the rapid response force called spearhead , it had its first ever exercise last week in poland but being so close to russia's own military drills only angered president putin already roiled by the u. s. pledged to store weapons in the region , it's the latest in a month long cold war of words between mister putin and the west rightist adrian croft in brussels says this meeting will serve to reinforce security in the region their studies are going on with the same strategy that they agreed that while summit last year which is to rotates small numbers of forces are american and other sources through eastern europe is kinda reassurance measure they'll increase the number of exercises that having in the east the baltic states have been expressing concerns over russia's military drills since the beginning of the ukraine crisis , but ukraine is not a nato member and sanctions seem as far as the west is willing to go yesterday european union foreign ministers decided to extend the sanctions that got on russia for another six months , as the e. u. tightens its economic report on the kremlin over the conflict in ukraine wednesday's meeting serves as a reminder that an attack on one is seen as an attack on all