Posts tagged as NATO Summit in Brussels

Estonian PM, formin speak to parlt committees about NATO summit

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas and Foreign Minister Sven Mikser on Friday offered to members of the Riigikogu foreign affairs committee and national defense committee an overview of the outcomes of the NATO summit in Brussels. The head of the parliamentary foreign affairs committee, Marko Mihkelson, said that the most important message from the summit was unity of NATO, expressed by the member states in their joint communique which emphasized…

NATO Summit Results: Allies’ Promises, Trump’s New Demands, Canadian Uncertainty

Friday, July 13, 2018

The recent two-day members-only NATO summit in Brussels, devoted to upholding military spending commitments, is over, but has left some issues unresolved, while some answers only led to new questions. Sputnik has summed up the key outcomes of the summit. Deadlines for New Spending Goals As much as Trump wanted his NATO allies to spend 2% of GDP on defense “right now,” they have in fact only agreed to start doing so by 2024, although they also came…

All NATO assurance measures in the Baltic region have to be consistently integrated into the new NATO Command Structure, Minister R. Karoblis says in Brussels

Thursday, July 12, 2018

“We have to make sure that all the security measures NATO is currently implementing in the Baltic region are properly integrated into the new NATO Command Structure,” Minister of National Defence Raimundas Karoblis has said today, July 11, at the NATO Summit in Brussels where great attention is paid to the Baltic region just like in the previous Summits in Wales and Warsaw. During the Summit NATO Defence Ministers will…