How many countries are part of the NATO Alliance? - General Test

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How many countries are part of the NATO Alliance?

Options

  • 15

  • 20

  • 25

  • 30

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Solution

30

Explanation:

A total of 30 nations make up the NATO alliance, including 2 from North America, 27 from Europe, and 1 from Eurasia. According to the alliance, in the event of an armed attack against one member state, the member nations will support one another.

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