A report indicates that the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland have signed a deal to create a military corridor. Dutch Defense Minister Kajsa Ollong confirmed this in a recent post.
According to Dutch Defense Minister Kajsa Ollong, a declaration on the establishment of a military corridor for the transfer of military hardware has been signed by the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland.
“We need a military Schengen to move military personnel and materiel more quickly and efficiently. This will make Europe stronger. We took an important step: Poland, Germany and the Netherlands signed a declaration to achieve a military corridor,” Ollong wrote on X.
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According to the article, discussions to establish several military corridors throughout Europe are presently in progress. Leaders of NATO member states have been attempting for a long time to establish a military counterpart to the Schengen zone.
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According to the report, there is now a lot of documentation associated with NATO cross-border drills, which might be very important in the event of a military scenario.
According to reports, the complexity surrounding the regulations governing the sharing of equipment among armed forces between nations has also left the alliance dissatisfied.