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    NATO is confident that Poland will take all the necessary precautions to ensure security at the alliance’s summit in Warsaw next month, NATO Media Coordinator Alina Coca told Sputnik on Monday.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) speaks with US President Barack Obama (L) before the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit plenary session at the International Convention Center in Beijing on November 11, 2014
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    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A NATO summit is scheduled for July 8-9, and will be held at the National Stadium in Warsaw.

    "We are fully confident that the relevant authorities will take all necessary security measures," Coca said.

    She added that the detailed information about the security at the summit would not be spread ahead the event.

    "Due to security reasons we do not spread detailed information concerning security measures related to the Warsaw NATO Summit," Coca said.

    According to the Polish Defense Ministry, which will be in charge of the security situation during the event, this summit will be the largest in the history of the alliance with the participation of some 2,000 people from both NATO member states and non-member countries.

    The members of the alliance are set to discuss increasing military activities on NATO's eastern flank among other issues.

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