Vice-President of the United States called the main global threats: Russia, Iran and terrorism
11:15, Tuesday, 06 June, 2017
In his speech Monday at the Atlantic Council Vice-President Michael Pence has made a number of loud statements. Listing the main threats to the world, he has mentioned Russia, Iran and terrorism. Penny assured the participants that the United States is prepared to lean on its allies in NATO in the confrontation with these threats. In addition, the us Vice-President expressed the view that the world has become more dangerous than ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union.“From Russia’s attempts of force to redraw international borders to Iranian attempts to destabilize the situation in the middle East and to the global threat of terrorism, which can strike people anywhere. It seems that the world has become a much more dangerous today than ever since the fall of communism about twenty-five years ago,” – said in his speech, the Vice-President of the United States.
Pence is convinced that NATO needs to evolve to counter the threats present and future. A special threat is posed by terrorism, said the Vice President.
“With the advent of enemies, new and old, our Alliance must continue to develop”, — quotes RIA Novosti words of Michael Pence.