Foreign ministers of NATO member countries to meet in Brussels on May 19-20
A meeting of the foreign ministers of NATO member countries will be held in Brussels on May 19-20. It will be devoted to preparations for the NATO summit in Warsaw scheduled for July 8-9, the press service of the alliance has said.
Participants in the meeting will discuss the issues related to the long-term adaptation of the alliance, strengthening defense and deterrence capabilities, as well as the implementation of a response plan.
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In the second half of day meetings with the chiefs of staff of NATO partner states on interaction with colleagues from Georgia and Ukraine will be held in Brussels.
In particular, the progress of defense reforms and the issues of the country's further cooperation with NATO will be discussed with Georgia. At a meeting with Ukrainian representatives the parties will assess the security situation in Ukraine and around the country, as well as consider the results of security and defense reforms, the NATO press service said.