Which three EU nations met Nato spending goals in 2016?

By Euronews

Nato wants its members to spend at least 2% of GDP on defence: not many European countries manage.

Estonia, Greece and the United Kingdom are the only European Union countries that met the Nato requirement of spending two percent of Gross Domestic Product on defence in 2016.

Nine EU countries spent less than 1 percent of their GDP on their military, according to the latest figures from Eurostat.

Donald Trump yesterday renewed his long-running criticism of German, which devotes 1 percent of its GDP, which singling out Greece for praise. 

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