U.S. Secretary of state Michael Pompeo said Friday that between the United States and Montenegro will sign a deal for $ 36 million in the sphere of defense, which involves the supply of military vehicles, reports Reuters.
“The U.S. is looking forward to [the implementation of] supplies, in the amount of $ 36 million light tactical vehicles to our NATO ally, once this agreement is signed”, – said the American Secretary of state.
According to the information on the page Pompeo on Twitter on Friday he had a meeting with the President of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic.
Now Pompeo is a short trip to Montenegro and Northern Macedonia. First, the country has become a member of NATO, the second is in the process of accession.
Secretary of state highly assessed the cooperation of US intelligence with Montenegro, through which “we managed to develop a patch against the latest Russian malware that now protects millions of devices worldwide.”
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