Ukraine or the development of a new strategic concept have been some of the issues discussed in this bilateral meeting
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After attending a rally in Dos Hermanas (Seville) to support his candidate for the Junta de Andaluca, Juan Espadas, Pedro Sánchez moved to the Quintos de Mora estate (Los Yabenes, Toledo), where he held a rally over the weekend. Worked with. With NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg preparing for the summit in Madrid in late June. This Monday marks the 40th anniversary of Spain’s accession to the alliance, a milestone that will be celebrated with an act that will be attended by Sánchez, Stoltenberg and the King.
The two leaders have met alone over the weekend to discuss the progress of preparations for the NATO summit, explain government sources. “At a historic moment for the coalition in defense of peace and security, it is ready to host the next NATO summit,” Sanchez said in a message on his social network. This weekend of work was not on the chief executive’s official agenda.
Ukraine or the development of a new strategic concept are some of the issues discussed in this bilateral meeting, government sources told this newspaper. Meeting in Madrid, in addition to preparing NATO to face the coalition’s future challenges, in a context marked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in Spain they are “optimistic” that this 360 view will also emphasize the south flank, And especially on the Sahel.
The meeting between Sánchez and Stoltenberg, together with the king, marks the 40th anniversary of Spain’s accession to NATO at the Teatro Real, “a date that highlights Spain’s contribution as a committed partner with the protection of all allies.” does”, they consider in the government.
The act will see the participation of more than 300 guests, among them, the former chairman of the Executive and the former Secretary General of NATO, as well as representatives of state powers, government sources have informed. For now, Felipe González, Jose María Aznar and Jose Luis Rodríguez Zapatero have confirmed their presence, as well as former Atlantic Alliance chief Javier Solana. Ambassadors to Brussels from the 30 affiliated countries that make up the Atlantic Council will also participate, something unusual for a specific country’s institutional acts.
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