News story

Foreign Secretary attends NATO Foreign Ministers summit

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson discusses a range of issues with his NATO counterparts, including cooperation with Georgia, and the organisation's contribution to the fight against terrorism.


The Foreign Secretary stressed NATO’s invaluable role in combatting international terrorism as he arrived at the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels today (6 December).

Speaking to media ahead of the meeting, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said:

We’ll be talking about promoting the security and integrity of Georgia in the face of the challenge from Russia and the territorial aggression from Russia.

We’re also looking at what NATO can do to tackle terrorism, particularly in the Southern region.

Published 6 December 2017