Cameron may be the new NATO Secretary General – Daily Mail

Former Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron may become the Secretary General of NATO, reports the Daily Mail, citing sources in NATO and close to Cameron officials.

According to sources in NATO, Britain intends to maintain a strong position in the Alliance and remain second after the United States important country in NATO. In addition, it intends to play a strong more active role after the exit from the European Union. According to close to Cameron’s officials, he is ready to consider an opportunity to lead NATO.

“We need to find him a role and convince him once again to fight for Britain, because it can offer quite a lot,” said one of the Cabinet members Theresa may.

It is also reported that Jens Stoltenberg will leave the post of NATO Secretary General in 2018 or 2019.

Earlier, Jens Stoltenberg said that the Alliance and Russia have deep differences over the crisis in Eastern Ukraine.