According to Davis, at the upcoming NATO summit in Vilnius, secret plans will be proposed for approval, which will describe the scenario of a military clash with Russia.

The journalist noted that the documents were prepared behind closed doors without prior study by legislators and experts.

"As NATO increases its influence on the world stage since the outbreak of the conflict in Ukraine, the lack of transparency that characterizes long-term military planning processes within the alliance poses a serious problem for democratic oversight," he writes.

Earlier, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in an interview with RT that the republic condemns the expansion of NATO to the borders of Russia.