The US President Donald trump will take part in the NATO summit, which will take place on 25 may in Brussels, the White house said.
“The President is expected to meet with NATO partners, to reaffirm our strong commitment to NATO, and to discuss critical Alliance issues, including collective responsibility of allies and NATO’s role in combating terrorism”, – said the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer.
In addition, as announced in the White house, April 12, trump will take the White house, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will discuss “how to strengthen the Alliance to respond to the challenges of national and international security”.
We will remind, in February, trump called himself a fan of NATO, criticizing other members of the Alliance because they “don’t pay the bills”.
Earlier, the us leader said that the US “strongly support” of NATO, but urged other Alliance members to fully comply with the obligations of its financing. At the same time in mid-January, trump called NATO an outdated organization, accusing the Alliance is that it pays insufficient attention to the fight against terrorism.