Meeting between NATO member countries, key partners in Madrid
(MENAFN) During a three-day summit starting on Tuesday, leaders of NATO member nations as well as significant allies are expected to gather in Madrid to address concerns confronting the alliance.
Since it started on February 24, Russia's war against Ukraine has broken peace in Europe by causing extensive energy and food crises as well as upending the rules of the global order.
Allies is going to continue to make choices at the summit to maintain the alliance ready to face any challenge as NATO has become a more essential platform for transatlantic cooperation on security and defense.
The agenda for the member states' discussions is going to include enhancing NATO's long-term deterrence and defense, maintaining support for Ukraine, launching NATO's the current year Strategic Concept, bolstering partnerships and maintaining an open door, adapting to threats and challenges from any direction, and transatlantic unity and alliance solidarity.
What NATO is doing to address issues like China's growing influence or the security implications of climate change are just a few of the "important" topics that associates and partners need to discuss. Other "important" topics include what must be included in the next Strategic Concept and how Russia's military operation in Ukraine has affected the alliance's approach to deterrence and defense.
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