OREANDA-NEWS NATO countries are concerned about the pace of production of Russia's military industry. This was reported by the Financial Times (FT) newspaper.

"One of the reasons for the alarm of Western politicians is Russia's revival of its defense industry, which has occurred over the past year at a pace that many in the West considered impossible," the FT publication notes.

The journalists noted that the Russian military industry produced millions of artillery shells and several hundred tanks in 2023 alone. At the same time, the future of NATO is in doubt due to the possible return of former US President Donald Trump to the post of head of state.

Earlier, US President Joe Biden ordered a direct discussion with Russia on the threat to the country's national security. It is assumed that the danger is allegedly related to the development of anti-satellite weapons.