China News Service, February 26. According to Agence France-Presse, leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member countries held an emergency meeting on the situation in Ukraine on the 25th. NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg announced that NATO's first "" The NATO Rapid Response Force (NRF) deploys land, sea and air to strengthen defenses and respond to emergencies.

  Stoltenberg said the situation was still changing and "we saw the heroic fighting of Ukrainian troops" that could cause damage to the Russian army.

  Stoltenberg also said that part of NATO's rapid response force will go to Norway for drills, which is the first time NATO has deployed this force within NATO for "deterrence" and "defense" purposes.

  US Department of Defense spokesman John Kirby said on the 25th that the United States will send an additional 7,000 troops to Germany this week, and some troops are on standby in the country.

  NATO established a rapid response force in 2003, with a current strength of 40,000 people, including a "high combat capability" force composed of land, air, sea and special operations forces.