Only four countries have kept their word on that.
It was a while ago since I read the article so I may stand corrected.
It could be:
What I am hearing here in the United States is the USA plans to deploy around 1,000 soldiers to Poland to step up NATO's presence in Eastern Europe.
Obama stated, "I can announce that the US will be the lead nation for the NATO presence here in Poland," he says after meeting Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw, ahead of a summit of the military alliance's leaders.
"That means the US will deploy a battalion, roughly 1,000 American soldiers, here in Poland on a rotational basis to serve shoulder to shoulder with Polish soldiers," he adds.
Ho man will the young Polish girls love that.
The US also plans to headquarter in Poland one of its armored brigades, which is rotating through Europe, Obama says.
Britain will take the lead in Estonia, announcing on Friday that it will provide 500 troops there.
Germany will head the battalion in Lithuania, while Canada is expected to lead in Latvia.
Other NATO nations will also contribute troops, with Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen announcing that his country will send up to 200 soldiers to Estonia.
Needless to say Mr. Putin is not very happy about this.