Donald Trump shoves North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leader Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic

Donald Trump shoves North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leader Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic

Trump attended a working dinner with all 28 leaders of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries after participating in a ceremony inaugurating the new $1 billion North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters in Brussels.

US President Donald Trump was walking with NATO leaders during his visit to the organisation's headquarters on Thursday when he appeared to push aside Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic to get in front of the pack.

Mr. Trump is not the only USA president to urge allies to increase military spending, but he is the first to not explicitly commit to NATO's collective defense clause: "An attack on one is an attack on all".

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Mr Trump claims 23 of the 28 member nations are not paying what they should and it's "not fair" to the people of the United States. "But some issues remain open, like climate and trade", Tusk told reports after meeting with visiting US President Donald Trump. After taking office, he said, "NATO is no longer obsolete".

Last year, Trump threatened to abandon USA allies in Europe if they did not spend enough on defence, comments that were particularly unnerving for the ex-Soviet Baltic states on Russia's border which fear Moscow might try a repeat of its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea.

European leaders have been urging Trump not to abandon the USA commitment to cutting greenhouse gas emissions made when his predecessor Barack Obama signed up to the U.N. Paris accord.

At the same time, Trump has said he wants to "make good deals" with Russian Federation in order to reduce current global sanctions on the latter for its annexation of Crimea. I do not see it in any other way...

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"We shouldn't be subsidizing other nations", he said on Twitter.

He said that the meeting, the dinner meeting, tonight started with a discussion about how the countries can share more of the burden, how they can participate in counterterrorism along with the United States. Trump did mention Article 5 in his speech - it was unavoidable, given the memorial he was unveiling.

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