Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis attends NATO Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Brussels
On 28-29 November, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis attends a meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
The meeting will focus on the priorities of the 2024 NATO summit in Washington, D.C., support to Ukraine, the implementation of the decisions of the Vilnius NATO summit held in July, threats posed by Russia and China, the situation in the Western Balkans and other pressing issues.
Ministers will discuss the situation in Ukraine, the implementation of crucial reforms on Ukraine’s path towards its future Alliance membership and further support. The Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba will attend the first meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at foreign ministers’ level. Kuleba will present the country’s most urgent defensive needs.
“Today, together with NATO allies, we have the opportunity to remember once again that Ukraine is fighting not only for its sovereignty, territorial integrity and freedom but also for the security of Europe and the transatlantic area,” the head of Lithuania’s diplomacy said ahead of the meeting.
The doorstep statement by the Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs at the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers
Photo: NATO Press Office