Gen. James Jones: Terrorism is Biggest Risk that NATO Could Face in XXIc. Focus - 2005/11/19
General James L. Jones Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and U.S. European Command is present today at the conference on issues of international security on topic: the annual international conference on international security issues on topic: “Security Risks and Transformation – Euro Atlantic and Regional Perspectives”, FOCUS Agency reporter announced. Gen. Jones explained that “transformation means change” and that we should first stare in ourselves in order to manage to change in such a way that to be able to respond to our goals and tasks, he added. According to Gen. Jones there should be a in debt analysis whether the NATO organization responds to the new condition in the world. The NATO member states agreed that the GDP that the countries allot should be not less that 2%.