The Nordic countries will create a unified air defense against the threat from Russia

Nordic countries
Nordic countries / Photo: MIA

The air force commanders of Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark said today that they had signed a letter of intent to create a unified Nordic air defense to counter what they called the "growing threat from Russia."

The British media announce that the intention of the Nordic air defense is to act on the basis of the already known methods of action within the framework of NATO.

"The idea of ​​integrating the air force was initiated at the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine," said the commander of the Danish air force, Major General Jan Damm.

The signing of the letter of intent, at Ramstein Air Base, in Germany, was attended last week by the head of the NATO Air Command, General James Hacker, who is also responsible for the US Air Force in the region.

Sweden and Finland applied for NATO membership last year, and their requests still need to be ratified by Turkey and Hungary.

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