The 30 NATO members met for a summit in Brussels, to discuss among other things the reform of the Alliance, the organization’s relations with Russia and China, aid for Ukraine and Georgia, and cyber defense.
On June 14, a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit is held at the organization’s headquarters in Brussels in the company of 30 heads of state and government members of the military alliance. This summit is taking place under the chairmanship of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
During a press conference organized on June 11, 2021, Jens Stoltenberg had declared that this event would be a “pivotal moment” for the Alliance by stressing that the reform “NATO 2030” would be at the heart of the summit, calling it “of ambitious transatlantic security and defense agenda ”. A number of key decisions are expected to be made during the summit.
Other issues relating to international issues such as tensions with Russia, the organization’s support for Ukraine or Georgia, relations with China and the organization’s new cyber defense policy should be raised. .