On Thursday, NATO announced that the summit of the allied heads of state and government would be convened on June 14th at the headquarters of the Atlantic Alliance in Brussels.
In a message from Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the military organization confirmed that the event would take place before summer and indicated that it was a “unique opportunity” to strengthen the alliance and bond between Europe and North America.
“We will make decisions about our agenda for the future NATO 2030 in order to face the challenges of this morning,” said the Norwegian politician in a message, although the growing tensions with Russia and the rise of China will undoubtedly continue to increase Leader.
The summit will take place exactly two months after NATO announces the end of its mission in Afghanistan and will coincide with the start of the withdrawal of its troops. That decision followed Washington’s announcement that it would begin the withdrawal with the aim of leaving the country next September 11th, when 20 years have passed since the terrorist attack that caused the operation.
In addition, the threat of terrorism, cyber attacks and new disruptive technologies or the effects of climate change will be discussed among the heads of state and government of the 30 allies.