The NATO-North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit meeting in Spain closed on the 30th of last month, and NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said, "NATO will continue to protect peace, prevent conflicts, and the people and values of member countries. We made a decision to protect ourselves. "
The NATO summit meeting held in Madrid, Spain, closed on the 30th of the final day after exchanging opinions on the impact of the food crisis, which is feared by Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, on the situation in the Middle East and Africa. Did.
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said at a press conference that the security environment surrounding NATO is becoming harsher, saying, "NATO will continue to protect peace, prevent conflicts, and with the people of member countries. We made a decision to protect our values, "he emphasized the outcome of the summit.
At this summit meeting held as Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continued, Russia was positioned as a direct threat, the defense posture of member countries was significantly strengthened, and it was officially aimed at the accession of Finland and Sweden in Northern Europe. We also agreed to start the procedure.
Secretary General Stoltenberg has announced that the Foreign Ministers of the two countries will soon sign a document for accession, the "Membership Protocol."
In addition, at this summit meeting, it was decided that China would also pose a challenge to NATO's security and interests, and decided to deepen cooperation with Japan and others who share values, and the Chinese side said, "Conflict by thinking of the Cold War. It's a rush. "Keywords: