NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed that Alliance sees Russia’s behaviour or aggressive actions against Ukraine and Georgia.
Jens Stoltenberg noted that “NATO is responding. Alliance implemented the biggest reinforcement of collective defence.”
“We see the pattern of Russia’s behaviour or aggressive actions against the neighbours, Ukraine, Georgia, but also cyber attacks, hybrid attacks, poisoning, including against allies, and of course, this is something that has led to a deterioration of the relationship between NATO and Russia and our relationship is now at the lowest point since the end of the cold war but NATO is adapting, NATO is responding, we have already implemented the biggest reinforcement of collective defence,” Jens Stoltenberg underscored at the start of the NATO Summit Brussels.
NATO is holding a summit today at NATO HQ in Brussels, Belgium. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Georgia will be among the priority issues at the summit.
MFA expects the communiqué, which will be adopted at the Brussels summit, adequately reflects Georgia’s progress on its path to Euro-Atlantic integration. “And reaffirms NATO’s support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and focus on the grave humanitarian and security situation in the occupied territories of Georgia,” MFA stated.