The Spanish government now says it “does not envision” Mau becoming a NATO naval base

The Spanish government now says it “does not envision” Mau becoming a NATO naval base

he Spanish governmentthrough the Ministry DefenseHe explained this Saturday that “Does not include” To become the port of Mau Naval base NATO (I'll take).

The Ministry of Defense stated in a statement that “there are no expectations that the Balearic region will take over the organization's naval base, outside its borders.” Current role as point port of the size of the Alliance's permanent fleets.

Defensa came in this way following information indicating that Mao will be the third NATO naval base in Spain, in addition to… Rota in Cartagena.

The statement also came after criticism from leftist parties –More for MinorcaAnd Podemos and Esquerra de Menorca– He also wanted to emphasize that Mau Naval Station is one of the bases participating inNATO naval operationIt focused on knowledge of the marine environment to deter and fight terrorism, as well as mitigate “other threats.”

According to the statement, the port of Minorcan is one of the “multiple” infrastructures that the Spanish state “usually” provides to NATO. In this sense, Defensa wanted to remind that in this port “it is customary to Call ships “For the alliance.”

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