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>> Are you a military alliance looking for a new home? Then here's what $1.4 billion will get you. After a year long delay, NATO is finally moving out of its old 1960s building into a new Brussels Headquarters. Reuters diplomatic correspondent Robin Emmott takes us on a tour.>> So behind me is NATO's brand new headquarters.
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It's been 20 years in the making. And in fact, many people think that NATO's already moved in because a year ago, US president Donald Trump came here to inaugurate the building. And they held a big NATO Summit here. But in fact, it's been a long, long difficult process with IT problems but NATO says things are finally resolved.
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They'll be moving in, that's 4000 people moving in by mid June.>> It's the size of ten football fields, and amenities include a giant central computer system to act as a brain for the facilities, which is what lead to those IT problems.>> So now we're in the North Atlantic Council, this is the heart of the new building, this is where all of the big decisions are made.
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And there are plenty of spaces around the table for the countries and room for new members, too.>> Decor on the grounds include a part of the Berlin Wall, rubble from the attack on the New York World Trade Center, and the signatures of the original 1949 North Atlantic Treaty.
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But if the alliance is moving into a new building,
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lk of a renewed cold war means it's facing resurgence of old threats.