NATO National Leaders Begin Summit in Warsaw
Prime Minister David Cameron heads to his first post-Brexit NATO summit pledging thousands of troops and arguing that Britain is still relevant to its continental allies even as it prepares to extricate itself from its 43-year membership in the European Union. British commitments at the two-day summit in Warsaw starting today will include the deployment of a 500-strong battalion to Estonia, a company of 150 soldiers to Poland and a promise of 3,000 troops to lead a quick-reaction force next year, a government official told reporters in London. At a working dinner on Friday evening, Cameron will give a warning to Russia that the alliance is prepared to defend its allies against any aggression, the official said. Control Risks Senior Europe Analyst David Lea and Panmure Gordon Chief Economist Simon French discuss with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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