Blinken and Stoltenberg discussed Ukraine and NATO summit

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and NATO Secretary General Tinteberg discussed in Brussels providing additional military assistance to Ukraine, the head of the press service of the State Department of the US State Department is said in a written statement.

According to him, Blinken and Stoltenberg said “on efforts to provide military and other assistance to the Ukrainian side, and also discussed preparations for the NATO summit in Madrid and confirmed support for the Asia-Pacific partners of NATO – Australia, Japan, Republic Korea and New Zealand – for the first time took part in the ministerial meeting of representatives of the Alliance countries.

“Blinken’s Secretary of State confirmed the United States support that, when developing a new strategic concept of NATO, current and future threats based on world order rules were taken into account,” the TASS price is quoted.