NATO Heads of State and Government are set to meet in Brussels, Belgium on 11-12 July.
At the Brussels Summit, the Alliance will make important decisions to further boost security in and around Europe, including through strengthened deterrence and defence, projecting stability and fighting terrorism, enhancing its partnership with the European Union, modernizing the Alliance and achieving fairer burden-sharing.
Read more in the NATO Summit Guide.
A pre-Summit press conference with the NATO Secretary General can be watched remotely on 10 July at 13:05 via www.nato.int.
A full Summit programme is available here.
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