NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg congratulated Donald Trump on being elected president and said the alliance chief was "looking forward to working with President-elect Trump". Stoltenberg also called for European nations to contribute more to common budget of NATO.In an interview with The New York Times during the Republican National Convention, US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump defined NATO as obsolete and old fashioned because it does not properly cover terror. And he questioned the United States’ involvement in NATO.Trump said that if Russia invaded the members of NATO, includingthe new members in the Baltics such as Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, the United States should not automatically honor NATO’s core principle - mutual defense - and come to their military aid. He told reporters that there are many NATO members which rely on the United States to have their backs and aren’t paying their bills.In addition, while Trump mentioned the economic disadvantage of NATO, he claimed that the US is spending too much for NATO and the alliance is taking unfair money from the United States while other countries do not pay their share.Trump’s reviews about NATO has attracted a great response, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg , White House Spokesman Josh Earnest, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and even some Republicans have accused Trump for not knowing foreign policy.Stoltenberg on Wednesday in interview agreed with Trump said that US spends too much on NATO; he also called European countries to contribute common budget of the alliance. In this context, Stoltenberg said that he looks forward to meeting and welcoming Mr. Trump to Brussels for the NATO summit next year.Stoltenberg also stated, "US leadership is as important as ever. Our Alliance has brought together America' closest friends in times of peace and of conflict for almost 70 years.” And he added, "A strong NATO is good for the United States, and good for Europe." Nuran YILDIRIM    

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