Such a discussion will be held in upcoming February 15-16 Ministerial meeting.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the defence Ministers of the Alliance plan within the framework of the Ministerial meeting, which will be held on 15-16 February, to agree on further steps in countering hybrid threats.
“We will also discuss the command structure of NATO to make sure that we have the necessary tools to confront the difficulties that we face. And we will coordinate further steps to deal with hybrid forms of warfare, hybrid threats, including to strengthen the cyber defence,” – said Stoltenberg.
In 2017 the EU and NATO plan to establish a center for combating hybrid threats.
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