More than 2000 delegates from 28 Nato allies and 26 partner countries have arrived in Warsaw for the two-day Nato summit, to be held for the first time in Poland July 8-9.
“Nato will show unity, it will show that it reacts in an adequate way to the security situation in the world,” Polish President Andrzej Duda said after meeting with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw on Thursday afternoon.
Objectives to be set by Nato at this year’s summit are: strengthening the alliance’s eastern flank, co-operating with Ukraine and running a dialog with Russia, but not at any cost.
Before the official inauguration of the summit, President Duda will meet with US President Barack Obama to discuss, among other subjects, security and economic issues.
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