David Cameron may become the next NATO Secretary General

Дэвид Кэмерон может стать следующим генеральным секретарем НАТО

Former Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron may become the next Secretary-General of NATO, depending on whether or not to nominate him as a candidate Theresa may. On it informs edition Daily Mail, citing sources.

According to sources, the UK has a strong position in NATO, because it is the largest and most important country militarily after the United States. The country also aims to take a more active role in the Alliance after the withdrawal from the European Union.

Officials close to Cameron, said that Britain will only benefit from his return to the political arena. They also noted that the former Prime Minister is ready to consider such a possibility.

“We need to find him a role he can offer very much – and to convince him once again to fight for Britain” – the newspaper quoted the sources.

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The publication writes that in the event that Cameron will earn 222,019 pounds.

The current NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will leave the post in either 2018 or 2019.

For all time of existence of NATO representatives from Britain, three times to become General secretaries: Hastings Ismay held this position from 1952 to 1957, Peter Carrington — from 1984 to 1988, and George Robertson from 1999 to 2004.

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Recall that in the summer David Cameron decided to leave the post of Prime Minister after the results of the referendum on withdrawal from the EU.

As reported, membership in the NATO referendum I would vote more than 70% of Ukrainians.

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