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United States President, Donald Trump said NATO partners had no real option except to surge up their military spending, rehashing his interest that each one of those in the coalition meet the objective of burning through 2% of GDP a year on defence.
“The prime minister and I agree that our NATO allies must increase their defence spending – we’ve both been working very hard to that end,” Trump told reporters on Tuesday after a meeting with Britain’s Theresa May in London.
He added: “We expect a growing number of nations to meet the minimum 2% of GDP requirement. To address today’s challenges, all members of the alliance must fulfill their obligations. They have no choice.”