NATO to set allies tougher targets for air defence and missiles, diplomat says

Combat aircraft maneuver exercise over Ramstein

BERLIN (Reuters) - The NATO alliance is expected to set its members more demanding targets to bolster their air defence, long-range missiles and logistics capability, a European diplomat told Reuters on Friday.

NATO has drafted the first major defence plans since the end of the Cold War, spelling out how the alliance would respond to a Russian attack.

(Reporting by Sabine Siebold; writing by Matthias Williams; editing by Miranda Murray)