The United States supports the development of a new concept of the North Atlantic Alliance strategy.
The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels on Wednesday, the Department of State said.
According to the report, Blinken and Stoltenberg discussed “efforts to ensure security and provide other forms of assistance to our Ukrainian partners in response to the unprovoked war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine.”
They also discussed preparations for the NATO summit, which will be held from June 29 to 30 in Madrid, and confirmed the support of the alliance from the Asia-Pacific partners – Australia, Japan, the Republic of Korea and New Zealand. The Secretary of State also confirmed that the United States supports the development of a new strategic concept of NATO, which is designed to eliminate current and future threats to international law and order.