: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Avoiding the East-South Divide Ahead of the NATO Summit

Transatlantic TakeWARSAW — Tomorrow the foreign ministers of Turkey, Poland, and Romania will meet in Warsaw for the first time in this high-level trilateral format. The meeting will focus on the upcoming NATO summit in July, sending a strong sign of unity in the Alliance’s Eastern Flank, but its implications go beyond the immediate coordination of positions during the summit.
Poland and Romania are strong supporters of a robust NATO presence on what is called the Eastern Flank of the Alliance, from the Baltic to the Black Sea. Both countries are strong opponents of Russian domination in eastern Europe and critics …read more

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