Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg expects the upcoming summit in Madrid to be “historic and transformative” because the alliance continues to assist Ukraine in its combat towards Russia’s invading forces.
In an interview with Efe’s president, Gabriela Cañas, and the Spanish company’s editor-in-chief, José Manuel Sanz Mingote, Stoltenberg additionally outlined how the alliance is getting ready to welcome Finland and Sweden, seeking to increase safety on its southern flank, and dealing to ease the worldwide meals disaster triggered by the battle in Ukraine.
Query: In a couple of days you can be in Madrid to preside over some of the essential summits in Nato’s historical past, within the midst of a battle — are the entire offers and selections already agreed on?
Reply: No, not all the selections are made however we’re on monitor to have a extremely historic and transformative summit in Madrid, so that is actually a summit I stay up for. It’s going to be a summit that shall be remembered and shall be an essential occasion within the historical past of Nato as a result of we face a harmful, extra aggressive world and subsequently this can be very essential that every one allies will now meet and make essential selections collectively in Madrid.